How An Olympic Hopeful Robbed 26 Banks On His Bike • Discoverology

How An Olympic Hopeful Robbed 26 Banks On His Bike

Tom Justice put the $20 and $100 bills into paper bags and discarded them in alleys where he knew homeless people would find them. He took all the $2 bills and hid them in the bushes outside his apartment, then watched as kids discovered the money and screamed and giggled.

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