Although in the end it all ended in laughter, the woman who alerted the agents said that she was filled with panic and fear: "There were two dogs and their trainers, about seven police cars, a lot of officers, two detectives and some sergeants in the scene".
Jonathan Huginski reported the theft in 1993, after leaving the hospital.
Some Australian supermarkets had to ration the sale of that product as a result of a wave of purchases resulting from panic.
The head of the cleaning services company praised the "dedication and good humor" of his employee.
A cleaning worker found 300,000 pounds sterling (about $ 396,204) on a bus in London (United Kingdom) and decided to deliver the sum to the Police, The Mirror reported Saturday. The cash was in a brown envelope that some distracted passenger forgot.