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    Human finger found in trout; owner not sure he wants it back

    A fisherman found a human finger in the belly of a trout caught in a remote northern Idaho lake. And detectives located the owner, who delivered a surprising message.
    Despite the hard work of investigators, Haans Galassi said he did not want to be reunited with his severed digit.
    In the meantime, since Galassi said he did not want the finger, the sheriff's department will leave it in an evidence freezer in case he changes his mind, Johnston said.
    And Galassi may just do that.
    "Now I'm thinking, what if I can get it put back on?" he said. "I've called my doctor to see if they can put it back on and I'm waiting for him to call me back."
    Idaho fisherman finds human finger in belly of a fish - CNN.com


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    Usually they can't be reattached after more than a couple hours. Cold water or not, it would likely only be a memento.
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    Story sounds fishy. Can't put my finger on exactly why though.
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