Since King Tut is apparently a Brit, I think I can back him.
I used to know a London cockney black-cab driver who told me this tale...
There was, some years ago, an exhibition about King Tutankhamun in London.
The cab-driver picked up an American tourist, who wanted to be taken to 'Tutankhamun'.
The driver dutifully drove off in the direction of South London, further and further away from the city.
The American enquired as to whether the driver knew where he was going, to which the driver replied that he did.
Finally, the driver stopped beside a large open area, far from the city, to the consternation of the American.
"Where the f*** are we?" he demanded.
"You sed yoo wontid Tootin' Common", replied the driver.
"Dis is Tootin' Common".
Accents differ, from place to place!
(For the slower among us, 'Tooting' is an area in South London. It has a Common.)