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A New Jersey man says he lost his wedding ring while fishing off the coast—and then found it days later using GPS tracking. People magazine reported the story, which, if true, was a nearly miraculous occurrence considering that it's really just a net draw, luck-wise. Also, if viral news has taught the world anything, it's that rings don't stay lost in the ocean.

Man, those stock image photographers prepare for every story.
Man, those stock image photographers prepare for every story.
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Jay Bradford, 27, was fishing off the coast of Long Branch, NJ, on December 12 when his "hand hit the bow rail, and the ring came up off my knuckle," he told People. "The ring slid off, hit the tow rail and went into the water." 

Sources: People Magazine