I was thinking the same thing. Only other reason I could think of getting that high of a FG reading would be that there was some air bubbles pushing the hygrometer upwards. There seeme to be alot of air in the bottling bucket, for some reason that I can't explain. Maybe some escaping CO2?
Anyways, I ended up bottling 12-1/2 liter bottles with 1 coopers drop each and kegged the rest. If I got the high SG reading because fermentation wasn't complete, I guess I'll find that out if the bombs go off!
FWIW, I think the OG was around 1.046. It tasted pretty good when I moved it into the keg, so maybe I'm safe.