An 81-year-old man ended up in Germany by accident after trying to get from Newcastle, Great Britain, to Rome,Italy.
The old age pensioner was on a mission to see the Pope,who is head of the Catholic Church, and decided to make his way there by car.
He was surprised when his GPS system told him he had arrived, although there were no signs of any of the famous buildings or architecture.
The man parked but didn't put on the handbrake of his car properly.
His car rolled backwards, and in a striking display of irony, hit a sign saying "Rom"--the small town in North Germany he had mistakenly plugged into the GPS system.
Police said that the car had come to a halt after hitting the sign, but did not appear to be seriously damaged, although an ambulance was called to check on the pensioner.
The man, who lives in the UK and is originally Italian, might have been confused by the fact that Rome is written"Roma" in Italian and"Rom" in German.
Questions 1 and 2 are based on the news report you have just heard.
Question 1: What did the old age pensioner plan to do?
Question 2: What finally happened to the old man?