An unidentified woman generously littered the streets of Daegu, South Korea with 15.8 million won (around $14,000) while driving around last week.
The woman, who is believed to be 51 years old, drove a black “luxury” car to 11 different places between 7:25 a.m. and 8 a.m. on July 19, according to Yonhap News.
A man in southern China prepared a giant bouquet of banknotes to the tune of 334,000 yuan ($52,283) for his girlfriend’s birthday.
The lavish party reportedly took place in a VIP room on the 61st floor of a hotel in Chongqing on May 16.
A woman in China has become an overnight internet sensation after a video showing her extraordinary money-counting skills went viral.
In the clip, an unnamed female cashier attendant from Weifang in Shandong province is shown expertly counting through large bundles of banknotes in a breeze.
For all the masterminds out there hoping to rob a bank or casino with an Ocean’s 11 like plan, there’s a more simple way of doing so. However, we won’t guarantee you will get off scotch free.
A woman from Muskegon, Michigan may be sentenced to 7.5 years of prison after stealing $1.9 million from a Federal Credit Union by stuffing wads of cash in her purse over the span of 15 years.
A Houston energy company is playing Santa this holiday season to its employees in a life-changing way.
Hilcorp Energy Co., founded by Jeffrey Hildebrand, plans to give each of its nearly 1,400 employees a $100,000 bonus this Christmas for reaching the company’s five-year goals, according to the Houston Business Journal.
A Wal-Mart in Niskayuna, New York, fired an employee of 18 years for not turning in $350 in cash that he found in a parking lot fast enough.
The employee, Michael Walsh, was fired from his maintenance worker position last month after turning in money he found in the parking lot of a Wal-Mart located in Niskayuna. Walsh turned in the money about half an hour after he discovered it. He was subsequently fired for “gross misconduct,” reports the Times Union.
If you are feeling excluded or unappreciated at work, you might want to try counting some cash.
In a study published in the European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, psychologists Aurelia Mok and David De Cremer reveal that just thinking about money can help dampen down the negative effects of workplace ostracism, according to Psychological Science.
A Berkeley, California resident received an offer of free pizza for a year as a reward for his honest act.
Last week, Mike Vegas placed a delivery order for a pizza and wings from a local Domino’s. After it was delivered, he ate only a single slice of the pizza and didn’t touch the wings. He placed the unopened box of wings in the fridge and later went to work.
Mayweather, who has a net worth estimated at $400 million, regularly flaunts his affluent lifestyle, but in a new video he neatly stacks piles of cash laid out across a hotel bed before tossing them into a duffel bag.
Flight attendants too fat to fly? Ridiculous as that may sound, Chinese Qingdao Airlines has a strict weight requirement policy that flight attendants must meet to ensure “flight safety.”
The company even has a color-coded chart purportedly used as a weight guideline, according to The Nanfang. The chart, which looks to be a standard metric BMI index, dictates the optimal weight flight attendants should maintain according to their height. The green zone of the chart grants flight attendants permission to fly while those whose weight fall into the yellow zone are grounded from flying. If a flight attendant’s weight slips into the red zone they are immediately dismissed from their jobs.
A Florida man walked into a bank and tried to cash a nearly $400 billion check.
Last month, Jeff Waters presented a check written out to cash to the Jacksonville, Florida, Bank of America. The amount was for a whopping $368 billion.