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American women found with $471,000 dollars at airport in Jamaica
When the officials at the airport in Jamaica found $471,000 on two American women a couple days ago, they took it. See, you're only allowed to have $10,000 which I would think is ample enough for a rip roaring good time in Jamaica.
So far, according to this AP article, there's no news on exactly why the women had so much cash. I'm wondering if they cashed out their mutual funds while they had any money left and were hoping to get their hands on some beachfront property. I've certainly thought about where I might live in my golden years if the economy continues to head south. Of course, with the money I've squirreled away, I might be looking at a shack made of driftwood.
I'm also curious about how much room the money took up in a carry-on? Was the space bigger than the banana plants that were found in the woman's underwear at the airport in New Zealand a little while back? Also, were they allowed to keep $10,000 each? I doubt that--at least not yet. If not, what are they doing for money in the meantime? Maybe they're gathering driftwood for a cozy shack.
I bet they're kicking themselves for whatever they did that got themselves caught.