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Woman Loses $32,000 Engagement Ring in Airport Bathroom

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She took the ring off to wash her hands … and forgot to put it back on.

Imagine the horror that Libby Dahl must have felt when she realized that she left her $32,000 engagement ring in the women’s bathroom of Mineta San Jose International Airport in California, as 6 ABC explains. The article says that she went to the bathroom after she landed, took her ring off to wash her hands, and forgot to put it back on as she hurried to catch a waiting Uber car. When she realized her mistake and doubled back to the bathroom, it was too late – the ring was gone.

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