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A Man Spreads Holiday Cheer: Arrested Shortly Afterwards
A Man Spreads Holiday Cheer: Arrested Shortly Afterwards

On Black Friday, 29-year-old Serge Vorobyov of Minneapolis, Minnesota decided to try to do something GENEROUS for Black Friday . . . instead of something crazy and selfish.
Serge took $1,000 in $1 bills, went to the fourth floor of the Mall of America . . . which is the largest mall in the U.S. . . . and THREW the money into the air while a choir was performing “Let It Snow” on the ground floor.

He says, quote, “I thought I would just spread some holiday cheer . . . pay it forward.”

It could’ve turned into a RIOT for the money . . . but fortunately, it didn’t. The polite people of Minnesota caught the money without fighting or killing each other.
The police still weren’t happy and arrested him for disorderly conduct . . . since they said he COULD’VE caused a dangerous riot.

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