NEW YORK — Isaak Lasson can finally breathe easy after three years of sinus problems.
The cause? A single wheel-shaped Lego piece that he got stuck up his nose back when he was 3. At least that’s what his dad, Craig Lasson, said he thinks. His son started having a hard time breathing back then.
“I felt so bad,” the father told KSL.com.
Numerous doctors looked at Isaak’s nose and prescribed antibiotics. But last week, a new doctor noticed that Isaak seemed to have something foreign stuck up his schnozz and asked what it might be. “I put some spaghetti up there, but that was a long time ago,” Isaak told the doctor, according to KTLA-TV. But it wasn’t pasta that was up Isaak’s nose, just a ball of fungus encasing a Lego wheel. — Agencies