Money doesn't grow on trees.
But sometimes it falls from the sky.
A busy Edmond, Oklahoma, intersection saw rush-hour traffic at a stand-still on Monday morning as commuters scrambled to collect $100 bills swirling in the air.
"It looked like, for a few short minutes, that money was actually raining from the sky," police spokesperson Glynda Chu told KFRO-TV.
While many pocketed the out-of-nowhere cash, one Good Samaritan scooped up as much as he could — he collected $700, and also found a pack of cigarettes and some keys — and turned it into the Edmond Police Department.
"Anybody else would have done the same thing," the man, who chose to remain anonymous, insisted.
"The spirit of the good Samaritan is alive and well in Edmond, Oklahoma. And it was proved this morning," Chu said.
As for the money's origin, police can only speculate.
Chu said, "It looks like maybe they went to the bank, then bought some cigarettes and put it all on top of the car and drove off."
"We hope the rightful Read More »from Good Samaritan returns money – that fell from the sky