When Good Will employees go through donation clothing, they're used to finding crumpled up tissues and grocery lists and maybe a few quarters or a dollar bill.
What they're not used to finding, however, are stacks and stacks of cash.
But that's exactly what happened at a Michigan Good Will recently when the store manager was emptying out the pockets of a pair of pants and found envelopes of $100 bills totaling $43,000.
The good samaritan called the cops right away and got the money returned to an elderly man who had donated the clothes. The man was so blown away that he plans on going to thank the store manager in person, "from the bottom of his heart." (Yahoo)
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