Vending machine surprise: Tulsa boy gets Nazi ring

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An Oklahoma mother is upset over what her son found in a store vending machine (KTRK)

An Oklahoma mom says she's in shock over what her son recently found in a toy vending machine.

According to television station KOKI in Tulsa, it was a ring with Nazi markings.

"We actually bought four things and three of them were little dinosaurs or something and on her fourth one, it so happened this fell out," said Leona Kelly, showing the ring.

Kelley says she's always given her son a quarter to buy items from the vending machine when they go shopping, but now she'll think twice.

"You don't want to know what my reaction was," she said. "I just started yelling at the store people."

Store management wouldn't go on camera to talk about the ring, but did say they're not responsible for stocking the vending machine and say they've never had problems with the vendor before.

On the vending machine, there wasn't a company name, but there was a license with the Oklahoma Tax Commission with a Lawton, Oklahoma, phone number.

When that number was called, the person on the other end gave a 'no comment,' but before hanging up, said the rings would be removed in a couple of days.

For Kelley, she's just thankful her four-year-old son doesn't know what a swastika is.
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