Meet lady who found dollars in ‘second hand’ bag she bought

Meet lady who found dollars in ‘second hand’ bag she bought

In a recent post via Twitter, a lady informed her followers she bought a new bag and later discovered the bag had some dollar notes which she intends to return should the “legitimate” owner show up.

@lucianaedet, has in a latest update via her twitter handle told her followers she discovered a new hand bag she bought had some dollar notes in it.

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For some people, finding money on the ground these days would be wishful thinking considering the current state of people’s pockets.

Don’t ask me how I know whether or not peeps have cash in their pockets. I just know you haven’t lost a coin because you’ve been overly careful not to misplace or lose your hard earned cash.

But, like they say “all hands are not equal” and in this instance not all hearts are equal.

While this may come to you as very strange, a young lady is still in shock after finding dollars in a second hand bag she bought from the market.

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Lucy, resident in Lagos, says she bought a bag at Ogba market and saw some dollar notes inside the bag.

Mesmerized by the incident, she takes a photo with caption “guys I’m in Awe!!! Just bought this bag and got home. Look what I found. If I find the legit first owner, I can send back the money…”

Yeah, you read right! She intends to return the money should the “legitimate” owner show up for it.

Well, like we earlier stated, not all hearts are equal.

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