A Lego Piece Falls Out Of Kids Nose, Two Years After He Stuck It Up There


In New Zealand, a missing Lego piece has finally been found after it went missing two years ago. It seems to have fallen out of 7-year-old Sameer Anwar's nose, two years after he apparently shoved it up there.

His parents became alarmed when their son told them he had lost a piece of Lego up his nose back then and couldn't find it. However, doctors could not locate the piece and advised them it would eventually move through their son's digestive tract. With Sameer showing no signs of pain or distress, his parents soon forgot about the ordeal.

Well, last week the boy's nose finally began to hurt after taking a big sniff of cupcakes. Thinking he'd sniffed up some cake crumbs, his mother helped him blow his nose, when out dropped a tiny piece of black Lego, covered in fungus. Sameer, suddenly exclaimed, "Mum, I found the Lego! You were telling me it wasn't there, but it was there!" The errant piece of Lego had been wrapped in a tissue, and the family was still deciding what they should do with it.

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