Story by the Associated Press; curated by Dave Urbanski
NEW YORK (AP) — Dozens of New Yorkers are finding $50 bills hidden by a California real estate investor who announces his cash drops on Twitter via the account Hidden Cash, which noted the money would be left in Central Park and Brooklyn's Prospect Park on Saturday.
New Yorkers are finding the envelopes and tweeting photos of themselves with their discoveries — and Hidden Cash retweets the photos.
The New York envelopes each contain a $50 bill and a silver half-dollar.
These lucky girls claimed their @HiddenCash in Central Park! Don't miss the story tonight at 10pm @PIX11News ! http://t.co/aIg9qtEWkP— Erica Ferrari (@Erica Ferrari) 1402759049.0
And Charlie found some cash too. He's taking his @HiddenCash and his kid to lunch today. http://t.co/RJOoYh0rf4— Craig Hlavaty (@Craig Hlavaty) 1402761607.0
The same Twitter account directed people last week to envelopes containing $50 and $100 in San Francisco and 36 cash-filled Angry Birds orbs in Hermosa Beach, California.
Bay Area real estate investor Jason Buzi went public as the Hidden Cash guy in a CNN interview.
Hidden Cash tweeted that the next giveaway is Sunday in Chicago.
Featured image: Twitter