A Woman Lost Her Engagement Ring While Flying Across the Country, and a Pilot Hand Delivered It to Her
Imagine this, ladies: You’re flying across the country. And after you get where you’re going, you realize you lost your ENGAGEMENT RING somewhere along the way. But you have no idea where.
Well, that’s what happened to a woman from San Francisco named Brit Morin last week when she flew from New York to Wyoming. (She’s actually a minor celebrity. She owns the media company Brit and Co.)
When she got there, she realized she was missing her engagement ring AND her wedding ring. And she didn’t know where she lost them.
But she let United Airlines know about it, so they were on the lookout. And luckily, her engagement ring was found by a very HONEST gate agent who put it in a safe to make sure no one else walked off with it.
Then they gave it to a pilot who was flying to San Francisco where Brit lives. And he HAND-DELIVERED it to her earlier this week.
It’s not clear if anyone found her wedding ring yet. But she posted a photo of the engagement ring on Twitter, and it’s got a pretty big rock on it. So it was a huge find.
She wrote on Twitter that the whole thing has given her a newfound faith in humanity . . . and in the airlines.
(Here’s a photo of the ring and the note.)
I lost my wedding/engagement rings last week somewhere between New York and Jackson Hole. A @United gate agent found it, put it in a safe, and then gave it to a pilot to HAND DELIVER it back to me in SF. I have a newfound faith in humanity and airlines 🙌🏼 Thanks United. pic.twitter.com/T342OGou5p
— Brit Morin (@brit) February 19, 2018