A peasant is convicted in China. He gets the death penalty. The judge allows him to say a last sentence in order to determine the way the penalty will be carried out. If the peasant lies, he will be hanged, if he speaks the truth he will be beheaded.
The peasant speaks a last sentence and to everybody surprise some minutes later he is set free because the judge cannot determine his penalty.
What did the peasant said?
Answer With Explanation
Now, if this statement is true: he should be beheaded, but then this statement will become false.
If we assume this statement is false: he should be hanged, but then this statement will become true.
So the judge can not decide.