Ex-MLB important person Lenny Dykstra, wrestler spent 9 hours dumpster diving for dentures

Former Major League Baseball star Lenny Dykstra and his wrestler friend spent 9 hours dumpster diving behind a Jersey Mike’s over the weekend to find Dykstra’s $80,000 dentures that had accidentally been thrown away. Dykstra said he’d gone to get a sub in Linden, N.J., on Saturday. He told NJ Advance Media he’d taken out his…

Ex-MLB important person Lenny Dykstra, wrestler spent 9 hours dumpster diving for dentures

Feeble Indispensable League Baseball important person Lenny Dykstra and his wrestler friend spent 9 hours dumpster diving in the help of a Jersey Mike’s over the weekend to catch Dykstra’s $80,000 dentures that had unintentionally been thrown away.

Dykstra said he’d long gone to get a sub in Linden, N.J., on Saturday. He instant NJ Approach Media he’d taken out his dentures and folded them in a napkin since the “bread is so laborious on those subs.”

Lenny Dykstra said he'd driven dwelling from a restaurant on Saturday after forgetting his dentures. 

Lenny Dykstra said he’d driven dwelling from a restaurant on Saturday after forgetting his dentures. 
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After riding dwelling, Dykstra said he realized he forgot his dentures, which had been specially made with bone marrow and valued at $80,000. With help from his friend, a tag-crew wrestler named Sprinkles the Clown, the duo dug via the dumpster in the help of Jersey Mike’s for 9 hours.

“You might want to reach help help me and Lenny Dykstra seek for his dentures tonight,” Sprinkles reportedly tweeted round 11 p.m. “Or does someone? Here is a most distinguished question.”

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No matter worrying that the police officers would arrest him for trespassing, the World Series Champ said he stumbled on his enamel early Sunday, excellent in time for Father’s Day.

“Nails help at you with GREAT NEWS: I finally stumbled on my f—ing enamel! Snort it! Joyful Fathers Day,” Dykstra tweeted.

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In step with his autobiography, “Home of Nails: A Memoir of Existence on the Edge,” Dykstra said his fashioned enamel had been broken after getting overwhelmed by jail in guards in Los Angeles and again at a scientific institution. He bought his customized-made dentures from a dentist and a baseball fan in Minnesota free of heed last year, nj.com reported.

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