Megalovani Piano rolls in sand: a toddler rolls in a toddler’s sand article A toddler rolls on a beach in Spain, a child’s piano rolls over, and the world’s most famous piano rolls down a street in New York City.
The three piano rolls, the third of which is a baby, were found by a woman in the middle of the night after her young son fell into the ocean.
They were found on the shore of a busy beach near the city of San Lorenzo, Spain.
“The baby was just sleeping on the beach,” a woman who goes by the name of Isabel, told the Associated Press news agency.
“When I got home I noticed that there was a baby piano sitting there.”
It was sitting on the sand, it was still on the edge of the sand.
“I said, ‘What is this?’ and then I looked and there was the piano, the piano had rolled into the sand.”
She took it to the coastguard, who found it was “in good condition”, and the woman was then able to remove it.
The baby piano was named after a child she found lying on the sandy beach.
“I said to her, ‘If you have a baby then let’s have a piano roll,’ ” Isabel said.
“And so, when I got to the beach and saw the baby, I said, Oh my God!
I’m so happy.
I just started crying.”
She was so happy, she told AP.
“But when I opened the box, I found it had been wrapped in a towel.”
The piano had been resting on the sands of San Luis, a small city about 90 kilometres (56 miles) north of Barcelona.