Helpful schoolboy is handed 'Banksy' print by train passenger claiming to be the artist who told him: 'This will be worth about £20,000 - have a good life'

Ben Azarya, 14, was given the print with a distinctive autograph by a man who introduced himself as Robin Banks- a name linked to Banksy - after he helped him pick up paints that had fallen out of his bag on a train in Oxenholme, Cumbria. He told the schoolboy the iconic flower thrower print would be worth about £20,000 and said to him to 'have a good life, brother.'