I have an error spotting question.
She was annoyed (A)/ when she found that (b) / the chewing gum was stuck to her hair. (C) / No error .
My book says it is error free but I think there is an error in C part , It should be stuck in her hair . I googled for general sentences with these keywords ( chewing gum , stuck , hair ) All sentences which I found were stuck in hair . So Am I correct ? Or we can use both in and to here ?