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Somebody Got The Finger…Literally.

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While cleaning a trout he caught on a lake in Bonner County , Idaho , fisherman Nolan Calvin was shocked with he found a human finger inside the fish.  He put the severed digit on ice and called the sheriff’s office.  Detectives were able to get a fingerprint that led them to 31-year-old Hans Galassi, who lost four fingers from his left hand in an accident on the same lake in June.  Galassi told reporters, “The sheriff called me and told me he had a strange story to tell me.  He said that a fisherman was out on Priest Lake , and I was like: ‘Let me guess, they found my fingers in a fish’.” Galassi had been wakeboarding on the lake when his hand got caught in a loop in the line and he was unable pull it out before the line tightened and lopped off all four fingers.  The Sheriff’s office actually offered to return the finger, but Mr. Galassi declined.

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