Yesterday, we wondered whether or not it was actually true that Bill Murray and/or members of Wu-Tang Clan were contractually allowed, or maybe even obligated, to "execute one (1) heist or caper" in order to steal back the super exclusive Once Upon A Time In Shaolin from the evil clutches of He Who Must Not Be Named (i.e. Martin Shkreli). I pictured Ocean's 11 meets Lord of the Rings.

Today, we wonder no longer but instead slump back on our chairs deflated and hopeless: it's not true. The contract was false. FALSE. Here is the passage and the faux contract:

"The buying party also agrees that, at any time during the stipulated 88 year period, the seller may legally plan and attempt to execute one (1) heist or caper to steal back Once Upon A Time In Shaolin, which, if successful, would return all ownership rights to the seller.

"Said heist or caper can only be undertaken by currently active members of the Wu-Tang Clan and/or actor Bill Murray, with no legal repercussions."

How sad. The guy that tweeted this also tweeted a neat idea though:

That's not to say, however, that a heist or caper won't happen; Wu-Tang Clan have been known, or at least they've been alleged, to go above the law.