stingy The confectionery company explained that this was the “standard” package they sent as a thank you
A 38-year-old German had to make do with a few bags of candy. Illustration photo — Alexas_Fotos/Pixabay
A reward far from being to be missed. the height. This is the experience of a 38-year-old German recently. The man had just visited his mother to Frankfurt when he saw a paper on the ground. He then notices that it’s a check intended for the bank. to confectionery brand Haribo and issued by a group of supermarkets, reports the German daily Bild.
“I found; çis a little stingy”
Its amount: 4,631,538.80 euros. “The sum was so large that I couldn’t even make it. pronounce it,” the man’ our colleagues. So he contacted Haribo to let him know of his find. A lawyer for the company then asked him to to destroy the check and send him a photo proof. The 30-year-old executed himself.
A few days after his good deed, the German was surprised to receive a package at home containing… six bags of sweets. “I found; &cced;he's a bit stingy,” he admits. “This is the standard package we send as a thank you,” the Haribo group. And to add: “No one other than our company could have bought it.”