Oscar Wrigley has become the youngest person ever to be accepted into Mensa with an IQ equal to that of Albert Einstein or Stephen Hawking. Oscar, who is only two, was tested on the Stanford-Binet scale and his IQ ranked higher than the scale could go.
Oscar's mother Hanna told reporters: "His vocabulary is amazing. He's able to construct complex sentences. The other day he said to me, 'Mummy, sausages are like a party in my mouth.'"
Mensa's chief has confirmed Oscar as being the youngest accepted member of the organization for people with above average IQs at two years, five months and 11 days.