"I thought I'd never see that phone again," he said.

The cell phone journeyed by truck to another grain site in Inola, Oklahoma, then it went down the Arkansas River. Thereafter it reached Convent, Louisiana. From there, it sailed by ship to Kashima, Japan.
Despite being mixed into two million bushels of grain sorghum, a grain mill worker in Japan found the cell phone.

The phone was then mailed back to Convent. And a few days ago, Whitney got a call from Louisiana asking whether he lost a cell phone.

The man had scrolled down Whitney's contact list to discover who owned the phone. "It's crazy, I can't believe it. I was really shocked thinking what a small world it is. There are a lot of meaningful pictures on it so we are glad to get the phone back," said Whitney.


Latest News from Lifestyle News Desk