A Michigan guy doing work on a residence enhancement project designed surprising discovery when he unearthed some 160 bowling balls from his assets earlier this month.
David Olson, 33, observed the balls buried in the floor on July 1 as he was demolishing the back again actions of his Norton Shores household — but at initially was unaware of just how many he would find.
“I was kind of assuming perhaps there ended up just a few in there just to fill in,” he told the Detroit Totally free Push.
“The further I obtained into it, the much more I realized it was just fundamentally an full gridwork of them producing up the weight in there,” he instructed the newspaper.
The balls were designed by Brunswick Bowling Goods, a corporation that had a plant in the nearby city of Muskegon, according to the report.
Olson said some former employees at the organization achieved out via Facebook and explained to him plant workers employed to carry property the throwaway balls to use as basis for construction projects.
The home owner reported he designs to use the balls for a wide variety of distinctive jobs.
He donated eight balls to a church for their bowling ball cannon, and also strategies to preserve some spare balls for himself, perhaps using them to make sculptures or as landscaping perimeters.
Olson also intends to give some to his stepdad, who needs to outfit them as home furnishings legs.