A brief write-up in the British Medical Journal claims that doctors found 27 contact lenses in a 67-year-old patient's eye when she was being prepped for surgery at England's Solihull Hospital.
The lenses were clumped together in a "blueish mass" and were "bound together by mucus," according to the journal.
"She was quite shocked," Morjaria, who worked on the patient, told Optometry Today. "When she was seen two weeks after I removed the lenses she said her eyes felt a lot more comfortable." Chicago Tribune