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Thumb part with nail attached found in bowl of ramen by diner, Shizuoka, Japan

Timely, just back from lunch (sandwiches, if you want to know) to find reports of a thumb being found in some ramen (not my sandwiches) at a store in Shizuoka. In an article on 47 ????, it is revealed that a female part-time staff member at ramen chain ??? (Korakuen) may have accidentally cut off part of her thumb while slicing some roast pork. The staff member is reported to have not had any infection at the time of the incident.
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