Someone has cash down restaurants toilets in Geneva, Switzerland

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A Geneva official has confirmed a newspaper report that said wads of cut-up 500-euro notes (about $600 each) mysteriously turned up stuck into the toilets of three neighborhood restaurants and a bank in separate scenes in recent months.

Prosecutor’s office representative Henri Della Casa confirmed Friday’s report in the Tribune de Geneve, saying the shredded notes were once worth a huge number of euros altogether.

Preliminary hints from an examination recommended the abundance once had a place with anonymous “Spanish ladies who had set the plunder in a Geneva vault several years prior,” the report said.

The owner of the money has not been distinguished but rather the probe has recommended the notes could have a place with an anonymous ‘Spanish ladies who had set the plunder in a Geneva vault several years back.’

We’re expecting the owner is flush with money whoever it is (yes, we couldn’t resist).

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