PLASTIC FANTASTIC
Everything is awesome, again
Lego bricks may hurt more underfoot than the hand of a figure, but the latter can disappear up a nose for a long time... (Photo: Lego)
As is the case with children all over the world, one day a boy in New Zealand was playing with his Legos. During fun time, the lad decided to send one of the figure’s hands spelunking up his nose, according to a report from the BBC.

The child’s father checked the nasal cave with a torch, only to find it clear. Well, clear of any small plastic grippers, that is. The family’s doctor told them not to fret as the piece would eventually work its way through the boy’s body, even though the person who inserted the object continued to complain. Eventually, everyone moved on with their lives, with some doubting the story of the wandering hand.
Two years later...
...a sniff of powdered sugar from a muffin top bothered the boy’s proboscis, and after he grumbled a bit, his father suggested he blow his nose.

And there it was. In the tissue lie the long lost Lego hand.

So, now when the family hears the title song from “The Lego Movie”, they can all agree that “Everything is Awesome” once again.
23.10.2020 Plasteurope.com [246212-0]
Published on 23.10.2020

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