This is a short video of the aftermath in Wan Chai, Hong Kong on Christmas Eve after an armored truck's doors opened while on the highway, sending $2-million (US) in banknotes onto the road. I have questions. 1) how does an armored truck's doors accidentally open while driving? Because my car's doors seem to stay shut just fine and I don't even drive an armored truck. Sounds like an inside job to me. 2) why wasn't the money better secured in the back of the truck? Was it just in a big Scrooge McDuck pile? Because that would be fun to jump in. Police have arrested two citizens after running off with some of the money, but estimate they've only returned about $730,000 of the missing bills. So where's the other $1,270,000? SPOILER: in a suitcase handcuffed to a man boarding a jet out of Hong Kong right now. I saw a movie once, I know how these things work.
Keep going for a video of people scrambling like they're in one of those money tornado booths.
Thanks to LC, who agrees that would have been a great day to have a gas-powered vacuum in the back of your car.