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Thursday, 19 July 2007 10:28

A kid finds $90.000 in a PS2 bought on e-Bay

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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We'd call that a good deal

 
A kid from Aylsham, England, bought a Play Station 2 from eBay for 95 british pounds but the deal turned better than he ever imagined.

It just so turns out he finds 65.400 euros packed with the PS2, but due to his parents he doesn't own that money - yet. His parents reported the case to the police, and they are holding the money under the Proceeds of Crime Act, however, if the money is unclaimed he will get to keep it.

We sincerely hope he does, and let's hope that his parents' honesty pays off.

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