If a flight attendant on Delta flight 3425 from Detroit to Canton-Akron on Thursday, November 4 handed you a wedding ring worth $10,000, the owner would like it back.
Underpaid Journalists Who Probably Wouldn't Return a $10,000 Wedding Ring If Someone Handed It To Us
Roza Golden says she flew into CAK (from Detroit) on Delta flight 3425 on Thursday, November 4th. Roza exited the plane and went into an airport bathroom and realized she didn't have on her ring.
Roza went immediately to the Delta desk and a Delta employee radioed a flight attendant who said she had found the ring and gave it to the last passenger exiting the plane.
The passenger never turned it in.
We're sure that's in Delta's employee handbook for flight attendants: Any expensive jewelry found on board should be given to the last passenger exiting the plane.
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