Mysterious Benefactor Leave Money $ 1 Billion in Toilet

Written By Erwin News on 30 September 2011 | 9/30/2011

Erwin News, TOKYO - A philanthropist who does not wish to be identified leave the money of 10 million yen, or about USD 1.17 billion in a public toilet, for people with disabilities in the shopping center Sakado, Japan.

Amount of money wrapped in a plastic bag and discovered on 22 September. Stacks of money is accompanied by text message that reads, "I am alone. I have no future so let citizens Tohuku using this money."

Tohuku is the region of northern Japan is rocked by earthquakes and tsunamis in March. Sakado officials said the generous gesture was not detected.

"There was no eyewitness in this event and we can not concoct the kind of person who did this," said regional government spokesman Sakado, Masumi Sekiguchi.

He added that the authorities really surprised and grateful for the kindness of the mysterious benefactor. They plan to hand over money to the Japanese Red Cross if no one claimed within three months.

Terrible natural disasters in Japan recently have shown generosity and honesty of the people of the country, the BBC's Tokyo correspondent, Roland Buerk.

Previous cash equivalents Rp450 million was also found in the disaster area. The money is then handed over to police. Some time later also found strongbox containing tens of millions of dollars of money amid the ruins.

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