Oregon: A man in America was eating seafood with his family when he opened an oyster to eat, instead of a worm, a rare pearl was found in it.
In Delaware, Scott Everland went to a restaurant called Salt Air, where he also ordered oysters and clams. When one of these oysters was opened, an extraordinary pearl was found in it, which is the rarest of pearls because of its violet color.
At first, his Begum thought that they might be round toffee or some other item. Apart from this, both of them thought that something might have been dropped. But later it was found to be a real pearl.
The restaurant management said that although this is a rare occurrence, there are incidents once or twice a year when pearls are destroyed by oysters. However, the administration said that it can also be an expensive gift.