Woman finds her hundred-dollar bills in her dog's droppings
[FONT=arial][b]Woman finds her hundred-dollar bills in her dog's droppings
Monday, April 08, 2002 [/b]
HATFIELD Pennsylvania (AP) - Never was stolen money in more need of laundering. It all started when Sue Gadaleta cashed a check and got two one-hundred-dollar bills. The Hatfield, Pennsylvania, woman put them in her coat pocket along with some other money.
Little did she know that Mia, her Doberman pinscher, was watching. She said the hundreds weren't there the next morning.
She found nothing when she searched the house until she went to clean up a mess her usually well-behaved dog had left in the basement. It had a fragment of a hundred-dollar bill. Gadaleta called her veterinarian, who said everything would be out in 24 hours. So she spent the next day watching Mia like a hawk, and then inspecting, collecting, washing and rewashing, and assembling the pieces. Then she called the bank -- where a much-amused branch manager gave her two fresh bills.
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