World of the Bizarre
Long lost ring found on growing carrot
By T.K. Randall
January 1, 2012 · 10 comments
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A woman in Sweden has found her wedding ring on a carrot in her garden after it was lost for 16 years.
Lena Paahlsson had misplaced the ring in 1995 after placing it on her kitchen draining board to do some baking. When she went back to retrieve it she discovered it had gone and despite turning the kitchen upside-down nobody was able to locate it. 16 years on and Lena was digging up vegetables in her garden when she discovered a gold band around one of the carrots - it was her ring, it must have made its way in to the compost heap and then to the vegetable garden where a carrot had grown precisely through the middle of it.
A Swedish woman has discovered her wedding ring on a carrot growing in her garden, 16 years after she lost it, says a newspaper.
Source: BBC News
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