Man retrieves lost wedding ring with help from fish

/ 05:24 PM October 22, 2019

A man recovered his lost wedding ring thanks to a couple and the unlikely help of a little fish.

Damn Levine lost his wedding while swimming at Battery Rocks beach in the United Kingdom last Saturday, Oct. 19.


Saddened by the loss of the ring, the 44-year-old took to Facebook to ask people for help in finding it. He said the ring was handmade by his wife, Oona.


Lost my wedding ring this morning in the sea off Battery Rocks… was handmade by Oona for me… with the coastline of…

Posted by Damn Levine on Saturday, October 19, 2019

The next day, Levine revealed that he had been reunited with his wedding ring. A couple, Gary and Emma Spires, found the lost ring while walking along the same beach.

The Spires heard a fish splashing around in a “little pool” along the beach, and noticed that the animal was “behaving strangely.” It was “flipping about” before it swam off back into the sea.

Amazing news… My ring got found!! by Gary Spires and Emma Spires they were walking down at Battery Rocks when they…

Posted by Damn Levine on Sunday, October 20, 2019


After the fish swam away, Gary spotted the lost ring right underneath the spot the fish was seen.

“[He] might not have seen it had it not been for that little fish!!” Levine said. “Thanks Little Fish!”  /ra


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