posted on Aug, 25 2015 @ 05:02 PM
I've got another story. My lad popped round earlier and he is a part time lifeguard while he is at college.
Last week a guys wedding ring slipped off his finger when the wave machine was on, he was desperate apparently but unfortunately the filters are only
cleared every six months by a specialist engineering company.
My lad donned his goggles and searched for the ring but it was not in the pool so he took his details and promised him that when the 3rd party company
does their thing he will make a total effort that they recover his loss.
I absolutely believe my son wants that guy to get his wedding ring back, and I trust the intentions of his employer with the record keeping, but I
wonder if the filter engineers who turn up just take this as common practice and will just keep the ring as a bonus without saying anything.
I hope not, but I am realistic in my perception of most people.
I'm hoping that the wave machine filter engineers are like most of us with traceable treasures. so if my lad is on it as he seems to be then he will
tell the tale to the guys when they turn up and they will be decent humans and look for the particular ring.
...if the treasure is untraceable then good luck to them, bonus of their job.
edit on 25.8.2015 by grainofsand because: (no reason given)