So there's where it went:
It won't fit him anymore, but a Gloucester, Massachusetts man has his metal identity bracelet back after it was found inside a chicken gizzard in Fairmont, Minnesota.
Aaron Giles, who is now 32, lost the bracelet in his grandfather's barn 28 years ago.
Giles lived in Fairmont as a child and played hide-and-seek and other games with his brothers in the barn.
He told the Fairmont Sentinel he thinks he lost the bracelet when he was 4 or 5 years old.
The barn was dismantled a few years ago, and the materials were used to construct another barn in a town about 45 miles away. Giles thinks his bracelet was imbedded in the barn materials when they were moved.
Workers at a meat store were cutting up chickens when they spotted the bracelet in a chicken gizzard recently. Giles told the paper the bracelet pieces are intact and the clasp still works.
It had the street address and phone number of his childhood home engraved on the steel, along with his father’s name, Doug Giles. That allowed a worker to track him down.