An extremely big -- and accidental -- donation to a Salvation Army kettle is returned to its owner.
FOX News Radio's Lisa Brady reports:
Even the very generous usually don't drop expensive jewelry into those big red kettles...
(Volunteer) "Hello... Thank you ma'am... You have a nice Christmas."
But bell ringers in Pennsylvania found a gold and diamond ring worth $10,000 accidentally dropped in with the change a Pittsburgh-area woman was donating. A local TV station helped reunite ring and owner. Salvation Army volunteer Chris Blessing says accidental donations usually range from buttons and game tokens, to pocket lint.
Lisa Brady, FOX News Radio.