From CBS 2:
Workers at a scrap yard in Queens were looking for a couple who lost their life savings on Saturday.
Thousands of dollars were found inside of a refrigerator that a man brought to Atlantic Recycling in Ozone Park. What the man apparently did not know was that his wife had stashed the couple’s life savings inside of the appliance.
The woman showed up, but left without giving workers her name when she was told that it would be impossible to find the money. One worker took it upon himself to track down the cash and he did.
“Sure enough the fridge was there. The only thing in the fridge was her money, exactly where she said it was,” the worker told CBS 2, “In this heat I worry about her getting stressed out over losing that money.”
Monday, July 22, 2013
Next time, use a bank
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:07 AM
Labels: Ozone Park, refrigerator, scrap metal
Taking frozen assets to a whole new level!!!
I guess that's what's meant by "cold cash".
Maybe it's John Liu 's or his cousin Tommy Huang's "mad money".
They missed the other fridge with the mafia hit body stashed inside it.
Next time, use the mattress!
Nice employee to find the $ and return it!
I do hope they reward the guy that was so honesty. He deserves it.
You said that we should keep our assets frozen, George.
Stupid is as stupid does.
Ever hear "I owe my soul to the company store". That's why so many sharecropper's aging daughters wait in line to pay bills with postal money orders or why their sons would rather pay a hefty check cashing fee. Because they don't trust banksters. Now we been had, too. Usury rates cascading compounding on your credit crud?
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