By mistake … he threw 26 thousand dollars into the waste...

By mistake … he threw 26 thousand dollars into the waste...
By mistake … he threw 26 thousand dollars into the waste...

The Kuwaiti newspaper, Al-Rai, reported a strange incident, the hero of which is an Egyptian resident in Kuwait, after throwing a large amount in the garbage by mistake.

The Kuwaiti newspaper, Al-Rai, reported a strange incident, the hero of which is an Egyptian resident in Kuwait, after accidentally throwing a large amount in the trash.
An Egyptian resident in Kuwait threw 8,000 Kuwaiti dinars, equivalent to 26,000 dollars, into the garbage by mistake.
In the details, the resident threw the amount that was placed in a bag next to other bags with rubbish in the container, by mistake, and when he returned to inspect the amount, he knew that he had thrown it in the garbage, and by returning to the place where he threw it, he did not find it, to raise the municipality car all the bags from the container .
According to the Kuwaiti newspaper, Al-Rai, the Egyptian resident submitted a report to the security authorities, attached to the document of receipt of the amount, as the Investigation Department began investigating procedures to find out the authenticity of the report and the circumstances of the case

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