A man lost his wedding ring while diving and after months a diver found a fish to “wear” it

A man lost his wedding ring while diving and after months a diver found a fish to “wear” it

A married man who lost his wedding ring while vacationing on a remote island was surprised to learn that a diver had spotted her around the body of a red mullet – and his wife desperately wanted to get her back.

  • THE Suzie Quintal and her husband Nathan they lost the wedding ring on the island Norfolk in January
  • A local diver, the Susan Prior found the wedding ring passed over the body of a fish
  • Locals on the island are now trying to locate the fish to remove the wedding ring
  • Ms. Quintal says that the ring fell from her husband when one day he went swimming

A diver managed to find the $ 1,000 wedding ring after spotting it on the neck of a fish.

THE Suzie Quintal and her husband Nathan Reeves, living in Gold Coast, visited the island Norfolk Located about 1,600 miles northeast of Sydney, to see their family at Christmas time.

But as Mrs. Reeves went swimming in Emily Bay, she suddenly noticed that her husband’s wedding ring had fallen.

All hope was lost until the day a local diver Susan Prior located the missing ring on the body of a red mullet.

He said he had heard that a couple had lost their wedding ring earlier this year and decided to share the remarkable event on a page in Facebook.

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, Mrs. Prior He said the sight of the trapped fish in the ring was “heartbreaking”.

He said he had seen other fish trapped in plastic rings, but seeing one trapped in metal was really disturbing.

“The metal can only be removed by catching the fish in a net and gently removing it,” said the diver.

“The fish seems to be fine by now, but as it grows, the ring will tighten and it may suffocate.”

Ms. Quintal said her husband searched I searched the surrounding area as soon as he lost the ring, but to no avail.

“He tried to look for it and then he told me the bad news and I was very upset,” he told Daily Mail Australia.

Ms Prior said she had been able to locate the couple who had the wedding ring, and that locals on the island were now trying to catch the fish.

“I always tell him to take it off before he swims. He lost her the day before our second wedding anniversary. “

He said that after failing to locate the wedding ring on his own, locals on the island immediately mobilized to offer their help – some even used metal detectors.

“The islanders are now trying to find nets, some have diving equipment. The glass boat team will take a look at the area – its inhabitants Norfolk they are very good at them “.

He said he went crazy with joy when he heard that Mrs. Prior he had found the ring five months later.

“I could not believe it. I have very few friends on the island and they are not able to look for it.

“My husband is not worried, he does not understand why there is so much fuss. We are only worried about the unfortunate fish.

Ms. Quintal and her husband could not return to the island Norfolk and now they are looking forward to hearing if the fish has been released from their wedding ring.

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