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Diamond wedding ring found in candy bar

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Ring in candy bar
(Photo from www.kp.ru)

I’m surprised at how often rings are lost in candy factories. We mentioned a lost ring at See’s way back in December and now we have another lost ring that found its way into a candy bar.

It seems an elderly Russian woman found a diamond wedding ring in her candy bar and was nice enough to return it to the owner. Tatiana had only been married for two weeks and had lost her ring at the factory and was quite distraught until the ring was returned.

It sure seems to me to be common sense that no jewelry should be worn in factories producing food. Maybe that’s only common sense to me. At least she didn’t find a frog in it.

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2 Responses to “Diamond wedding ring found in candy bar”

  1. 1
    Heather says:

    How did they get such a nice picture of that? Forgive my skepticism, but the ring looks so clean and neatly-placed. I guess they fixed it up for the photo. ^_^
    I hope I never bite into something strange in my candy bars! o.O;

  2. 2
    Karif says:

    I just lost a bauble from my ring, because I didn’t want to keep it too far from me while I was climbing in my local gym.

    And while I at one point in my life, I would not be able to relate to the desire to keep a silly ring close. Now experience has changed my outlook on life- and I really don’t think that anyone should judge someone else’s desire to keep these sort of sentimental keepsakes close by even during a shift at work! (or should I say manual labor, since most professions don’t require a ring be removed… and I assume even candy creations demands hard work).
    k)

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