Orthodox Jewish Teens From Chicago Return Hundreds Of Dollars To Armored Car

Two Orthodox Jewish high school students, Zev Goldstein and Comy Kamish, from Skokie Yeshiva in Chicago were confused when they saw twenty dollar bills flying through the air last week in front of their school.

At first they thought it belonged to a man who was running around scooping them up. They tried to return the money to him but he told them to keep it. They realized he was cashing it in for himself because a Bank of America armored vehicle across the street was inadvertently leaking bills which was being carried by a strong wind and dispersing everywhere. The boys immediately began to collect the money – $790 total – which they promptly returned to the bank. See the full story below.

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