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Man's missing finger found inside fish

Posted on Wednesday, 26 September, 2012 | Comment icon 24 comments | News tip by: ThePhantomFlanFlinger

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One of the fingers lost by a wakeboarder in an accident has turned up months later inside a trout.

31-year-old Hans Galassi had been wakeboarding on Priest Lake in Idaho when he caught his fingers in a loop of the line and was unable to free them before it tightened, severing four of his digits in the process. The last thing he ever expected was that several months later he would receive a phone call to tell him that one of his missing fingers had been found. Fisherman Nolan Calvin had been gutting a trout he'd caught in the same lake when he came across one of Galassi's digit in its stomach.

"The sheriff called me and told me he had a strange story to tell me," said Galassi. "He said that a fisherman was out on Priest Lake, and I pretty much knew exactly what he was going to say at that point."

"Fisherman Nolan Calvin found the finger while he was cleaning the trout he caught on September 11."

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Comment icon #15 Posted by coldethyl on 26 September, 2012, 22:14
I'd want my finger back. And the fish mounted.
Comment icon #16 Posted by tipotep on 26 September, 2012, 23:32
I would atleast get the finger back so I could say a proper good bye to it It deserves it , after all , it had stuck up for him all his life . Any blame for the pathetic jokes can go to Biff , he set the bar on the Moray eel joke ! TiP.
Comment icon #17 Posted by CRIPTIC CHAMELEON on 27 September, 2012, 20:51
I bet if the fish was a salmon it would have been tickled pink over all the attention its been getting.
Comment icon #18 Posted by Junior Chubb on 27 September, 2012, 20:55
I'd want my finger back. And the fish mounted. I'd have put the fish back and got my finger mounted...
Comment icon #19 Posted by CRIPTIC CHAMELEON on 27 September, 2012, 21:37
I wonder if the fish showed of to its mates by using the finger like a phallic symbol.
Comment icon #20 Posted by Hilander on 27 September, 2012, 23:54
Hope it wasn't his middle finger that might put a cramp in his style.
Comment icon #21 Posted by CRIPTIC CHAMELEON on 28 September, 2012, 21:02
I'd have put the fish back and got my finger mounted... I could of come back with a good joke but I thought to myself hmm fish, mounted, finger I better not.
Comment icon #22 Posted by nohands on 4 October, 2012, 9:56
oooooohhh.... its so nice that the fish did not die.. hahaha
Comment icon #23 Posted by gOOgLer on 6 October, 2012, 14:01
Never wakeboard without your fish. :-)
Comment icon #24 Posted by Eldorado on 7 October, 2012, 19:49
oooooohhh.... its so nice that the fish did not die.. hahaha It thought it was in heaven; swimmin' about with a finger inside it.

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