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Friday, 15 December 2017

Homeless Man Finds $354,000 in Paris Airport, Takes Off With The Cash

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A homeless man swiped two bags filled with 300,000 euros from the Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris, France.  (iStock)
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One homeless man is now living his best life after he came across more than $300,000 in an airport.⠀⠀⠀⠀

On Friday, a man, who police have deemed homeless, helped himself to more than a quarter million dollars while scavenging through trash near Charles de Gaulle airport in France. ⠀⠀

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He just so happened to lean on a door that belonged to a cash management company called Loomis in terminal 2F at the airport. Realizing it was unlocked, he went inside and moments later walked out with two bags of cash that added up to $354,000.

BBC reported that authorities are looking for the man. All that was left was a bag with no clues in regards to his identity.

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