An exam was taking place in Oxford’s

An exam was taking place in Oxford's

An examination was happening in Oxford’s oldest and most conventional faculty…

The traditional corridor was full of college students in deep focus.

Midway by way of, a pupil stood up, banged his desk and loudly demanded a pint of beer.

The pinnacle examiner, livid on the disruption, requested him to ‘clarify your self without delay’.

The coed cited part 7.b of an extended forgotten 13th century constitution which acknowledged college students should obtain a pint of ale on the mid-point of all exams.

After discovering a duplicate of the constitution and seeing the scholar was proper, the examiner begrudgingly dispatched an assistant to fetch a beer.

As the scholar smugly sipped on his pint, the pinnacle examiner abruptly introduced,

“You might be expelled from this faculty, efficient instantly!”

“Why?”, requested the scholar.

“For getting into an examination corridor with out your sword.”