Bummer. Obama’s presidential seal blew off his limo in Philadelphia this past week.
They found it in a ditch.
There’s nothing quite like that feeling you get in the pit of your stomach when you just know that you’ve lost something important.
It happens to people all the time – especially travelers.
Some folks leave a favorite T-shirt behind in a hotel room. Others drop a set of keys at the airport.
Just ask, ahem, President Obama. Seems the big guy lost a magnetic presidential seal that was affixed to the side of his limousine as he wrapped up a fundraising visit to Philly on Thursday.
The seal flew off the side of the limo and whipped by motorists in the eastbound lanes of Interstate 76, where it was presumed lost . . . until shortly before noon yesterday.
That’s when a veteran Philadelphia police officer found the seal on the side of the highway, near the Montgomery Avenue exit, while he was assisting the driver of a disabled vehicle, said Cynthia Wofford, the special agent in charge of the U.S. Secret Service Philadelphia field office.
“The officer was a part of the presidential motorcade the night before,” Wofford said. “It was turned over, so it wasn’t so obvious, but he found it for us.”