This appears to be a weathered granitoid rock that has experienced differential weathering: some minerals are less resistant and weather away faster than others, leaving behind a pockmarked surface. The dark surface could well be mistaken for a fusion-crusted, regmaglyphed surface of meteorite, with hollows filled in by more recent soil material. Various types of erratic stones have been transported during glaciations from Fennoscandia to the Netherlands. These rocks are common finds in various regions of the Netherlands and are often reported to the national ‘meteorite helpdesk’. Still, while these objects are meteorWrongs, they are fascinating as they have travelled great distances too.