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Caveman Used Right To Free Healthcare To Heal After T-Rex Attack, Paleontologist Say

Caveman Used Right To Free Healthcare To Heal After T-Rex Attack, Paleontologist Say

Scientists at the University of Wyoming discovered evidence showing a caveman used the right to free healthcare to recover from a T-Rex attack.

The team of paleontologists uncovered an ancient filing cabinet and inside contained the file of Kror Uugson. Kror checked himself into a clinic around 51 BC and despite only owning a small piece of cloth as pants, Mr. Uugson opted to use his right to free healthcare for medical attention.

“It’s just fascinating,” Dr. Clark Herbert remarked. “We now have proof showing this primitive man, nearly dead from a Tyrannosaur, simply demanded the state to step-in for free care and voila! He was stitched up and made a full recovery.”