In today's news:
Bundles of cash found in public toilets across Japan
Envelopes containing ´10,000 (BD30) and well-wishing notes have been discovered in municipal toilets across Japan, media reports said, baffling civil servants and triggering a nationwide hunt. Local media have estimated that over ´2 million worth of bills were found at men's rooms in city halls in at least 15 prefectures in recent weeks. Each package of ´10,000 bills, some wrapped in traditional Japanese washi paper, was accompanied by handwritten letters that read "Please make use of this money for your self-enrichment," and "One per person," according to reports.
Good to know that people are just giving away their money. I wonder how rich this guy had to be to decide, hey, let me do some good and give people free money. And he was obviously so rich he didn't need a job and wasn't working, because ideas like placing money in random toilets around the country only come from someone who obviously has too much goddamn free time.
Mr. FreeToiletMoneyDude, if you got any more of that bread to spare, you can always visit Bahrain. We have a beautiful country with a lot of nice public restrooms, placed in various strategic locations around the country; go nuts. And you can be assured i'll spend a lot of my time in them if you ever decide to show up.
The whole situation actually brings a new meaning to "throw your money down the toilet"