On 28 July 1900, King Umberto I of Italy visited a small restaurant in the town of Monza. As the owner greeted him, the King realised they looked identical and also shared the same name. But the coincidences kept coming: they were both born on March 14, 1844 in the same town. They both married women named Margherita on the same day, and both had sons called Vittorio. They both served in the military and were promoted (to different ranks) on the same day, AND the restaurateur opened his restaurant on the very same day that King Umberto was crowned. Amazed, the King invited his doppelgänger to the palace, only to find the restaurateur couldn't make it: he was killed in a gun-related accident earlier that day. Later that day, the King was assassinated by a gunman.