Man Eating At An Oyster Bar Bites Down On A Pearl The man was having lunch with a friend in New York's Grand Central Terminal when he came across something hard in his food. The BB-sized object wasn't a tooth as he feared, it was a valuable pearl.
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Man Eating At An Oyster Bar Bites Down On A Pearl

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Man Eating At An Oyster Bar Bites Down On A Pearl

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The man was having lunch with a friend in New York's Grand Central Terminal when he came across something hard in his food. The BB-sized object wasn't a tooth as he feared, it was a valuable pearl.

NOEL KING, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Noel King. Rick Antosh was having lunch with a friend in New York's Grand Central Terminal earlier this month when he came across something hard in his food. A piece of utensil, he thought? Had he chipped a tooth? But Jeff (ph) was eating at an oyster bar, and the BB-sized object turned out to be a pearl. He paid $14.75 for his oysters. The pearl could be worth thousands. Jeff says he doesn't plan to sell. He'll keep the pearl as a good luck charm. It's MORNING EDITION.

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