February 16, 2012

Christmas came very early for someone as it left someone else's house: a safe bought on E-bay for $122.93 ended up containing $26,000 in cash. This seems a little fishy to me. That much cash in a wall safe that just "appears" in the world's biggest flea market makes me think, "drug dealer," and those guys are known for being... intolerant... when people lose or steal their money.

Assuming it's real at all. And yeah, someone who finds that much cash and starts blabbing about it? I'm thinking neither party in this transaction are what we'd generally recognize as genius-grade decision makers.

Posted by scott at February 16, 2012 06:25 AM

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I think if I made a stupid blunder like this, the absolute LAST thing I'd want to do is spill the beans to a reporter. Unless of course the point is for this guy to try his case "In the Court of Public Opinion" before filing an actual suit against the new owner. To garner sympathy and all.

In which case....say it with me: "FAIL!!!!"

Posted by: Mark on February 16, 2012 07:13 AM

True, but I'm still leaning toward "total hoax" with this one.

Posted by: Scott on February 16, 2012 07:15 AM
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