I'm pissed off that I had to get up at 7:00AM after hanging with friends all night, my manager comes in 3 hours late and then complains why I'm 20 minutes late, the registers are all backed up, the cart wells are overflowing, we're understaffed, and I'm taking 150 Asprins to stop the huge headache I have.
Yep, just another wonderful day at the grocery store
...or so I thought
This crazy weird 6'5 dude with red hair and wearing a Ron Paul t-shirt walks in and checks something out at U-Scan.
He then went up to the U-Scan cashier.
Crazy Guy = CG
Cashier = C
CG: Now, I know you're a responsible person and all.
C: ...? I'm sorry?
CG: Here, take this and put it to good use *Hands C an envelope and walks quickly out of the store*
The envelope was a bank envelope Containing $10,000 in hundred dollar bills!
C didn't know what to do with it, so he called the manager and explained how some random guy gave him money. They called the cops and the cops counted it and decided they were going to find the guy to try and give it back to him because the man, as I have heard, is kinda crazy in the heard (that is, according to C, who has talked to him before).
I asked him why
the hell he ACTUALLY gave the money to the manager, and he said it was because he didn't know if the bills were stolen or counterfeit and he didn't wanna spend 15 years in jail. I guess that's kind of a plausible reason.
So next time someone says to me, "Money isn't handed out on the streets," I can tell them, "Well actually...this one time..."
The man walked into the store the other day and we talked with him.
The man said that the police did find him and gave him his money back. We questioned why he gave away $10,000. His response:
"I made an incredible amount of money off of this company's stock. I was giving away the money to the cashier because I wanted to make the world a better place."
Needless to say, the U-Scan cashier is really, really, REALLY pissed off right now.
Yes, people, this is absolute PROOF that it is possible to get rich off of random people in the streets giving you money because they just feel like it.