wedding rings have sentimental value, which is why one woman was terrified after pulling inadvertently his own toilet-the toilet down to home cleaning. New Jersey resident Paula Stanton had time to think, never see your wedding ring.
It was heartbreaking. I was so embarrassed when had to tell my husband. The ring had a lot of meaning for us, he told ABC News.
a year passed before things returned to Paula's mind. He had already acquired the old ring copy and use it.
Nine years in the wedding ring disappeared, however, happened to a lucky coincidence - the local New Jersey construction guys noticed the glint of a small object in the mud. The ring found stanton of the house from the pipe.
the building team boss Ted Gogol left the family a message, which tells discovery. This ring ended up after nine years back to the rightful owner.
I Was overjoyed, taken aback. I couldn't believe it, tell me overjoyed Paula Stanton.
Source: ABC News