Japanese worker finds, and reports, cash worth £300,000 in dumped rubbish

An employee of a Japanese waste collection facility has handed in Y42.5 million (£300,000) in cash that he found in dumped rubbish, bolstering the nation’s reputation for honesty. The 63-year-old worker, who has not been identified, found the cash in the …
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