It's Got A Familiar Ring
A grandmother in the UK has got back the engagement ring she threw into a field during a tiff 67 years ago after her grandson dug it up. Violet Booth and fiance Samuel hunted in vain for the diamond ring and had to buy another when they married months later in 1941. But metal detector fan Leighton Boyes, 33, found it in just two hours after he pinpointed the spot. Violet, now 88, wept with joy as she put on the ring. Violet, whose husband died 15 years ago, added: "This ring means the world to me and brings back so many happy memories. I can't stop looking at it."
FOOTNOTE: Boyes will be boys.