When you're an actor of extreme wealth and prestige it can be sometimes hard to figure out what to do with all that money. 

A lot of them just go out and have a good time, like Leonardo Di Caprio and his seemingly endless yacht parties with Victoria's Secret models. Others take on a hobby, like Tom Hanks, who has an extensive typewriter collection. No you didn't misread that. Typewriters. 

It seems Nicholas Cage tried to go down the hobby route and collect some rare artifacts. One such artifact was a dinosaur skull. 

The skull of a Tyrannosaurus bataar to be exact. The Tyrannosaurus bataar was a 33-39 feet long carnivore that lived in Asia some 70 million years ago. 

Cage won the skull at auction in 2007 when he outbid Leonardo DiCaprio with a bid to the tune of  $276,000. However in July 2014, Cage was informed by U.S. authorities that the skull might have been stolen. After this was proven as fact, Cage agreed to return it to the Mongolian government.

What a nice guy. 

Via Mashable