Yo quiero $3,600? Cash found in Taco Bell order
Updated On: Jul 02 2013 08:29:54 AM CDT
Instead of tacos and burritos, customers at a Taco Bell drive-through in Michigan got a bag full of money.
Kennidi Rue, Luke Postma and Grant Kruse told Grand Rapids TV station WZZM they didn't realize the store in Kentwood had accidentally given them $3,600 until they had driven miles away.
They looked inside for their burritos, and instead pulled out three bags filled with wads of $20 and $100 bills.
The three joked around a bit about keeping the cash, but instead returned it, thinking someone might lose their job.
"It obviously wasn't ours, it wasn't like we were losing anything by bringing it back so we just thought we'd bring it back and I don't know, do it the right way I guess," Kruse told WZZM.
The best thing about taking the money back, they said, was finally getting their food.
They told WZZM that's all they wanted in the first place.
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