The incident occurred before the start of his shift in the intensive care unit.
Anesthetist registrar Suraj Shah from London found a diamond ring in his washed dressing gown. It took the man a lot of effort to find the real owner of the jewelry. Sky News writes about this.
According to Suraj, this happened before the start of his shift in the intensive care unit.
“When I was putting on my work robe, something slammed on the floor. My colleague noticed the wedding ring and said so. At first I thought that one of the nurses had lost it, but no. I immediately thought how upset my wife would have been if “lost my wedding ring. As medical professionals, we often remove jewelry before performing procedures, it is very easy to make a mistake,” the doctor recalls.
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As it later turned out, the jewelry was accidentally left in the dressing gown by another anesthetist, Radgika Ramasamy from West Suffolk. The woman put the jewelry in her pocket before giving a patient spinal anesthesia in early December, and after her shift she put her work clothes in the wash, forgetting about the valuable item.
“I honestly didn't expect to be able to get my ring back. I thought it would get crushed in the washing machine. It just shows how honest people are and I want to say a huge thank you to everyone involved. The ring has sentimental value to me as it was a birthday gift from my husband a few years ago. It's nice to feel part of a small miracle,” says Ramasamy.
Let us remind you that earlier Focus wrote about military equipment collector Nick Meade from Northamptonshire, who found gold bars in a tank. The man boasted of a valuable trophy and officially handed it over to government officials.
In addition, 70-year-old retiree and coin collector John Turner from the UK discovered a silver coin dated 1813 while checking bags of donations.