A boy in New Zealand discovered a missing Lego piece in a place where people normally dig for gold — his nose.

According to the New Zealand Herald, the boy — named Sameer — found the Lego piece two years after he lost it in his nose. He originally told his parents he lost the piece when he stuck it up his nose.

  • Doctors couldn’t find the Lego piece, though.
  • The doctor told them it may have moved into his digestive system and it would pass naturally.
  • Sameer never complained about it.
  • “So his mother then helped him blow his nose and then this thing came out that was missing for the last two years,” his father, Mudassir Anwar told the NZ Herald. “It was shock, y’know? And it had a bit of fungus on it.”
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Lat weekend, Sameer sniffed cupcakes and he felt some pain in his nose. He blew his nose and the Lego piece came out, according to USA Today.

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