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Man In Lamborghini Makes Money Rain In Hong Kong





Every time we face money problems, we sometimes wish that cash would just fall from the sky so everything will be okay. Well, one man made it happen in Hong Kong.

A man riding a flashy Lamborghini has made waves on social media for making money “fall from the sky.” A lot of people who were lucky enough to be on that particular spot have enjoyed picking up as much cash as they could.

After a young man parked his red Lamborghini at Fuk Wa Street, Sham Shui Po in Hong Kong, he announced:

“Today, December 15, is FCC’s big day in announcing the trading race. I hope everyone here will pay attention to this important event …[I] don’t know whether any of you will believe money can fall from the sky.”

Money then started to fall from a tall building, making it look like it was falling straight from the sky. Naturally, the unexpected moment sent bystanders into a frenzy.

Video of the incident shows thousands of HK$ 100 (US$ 12.00) notes fluttering to the ground. It was then that chaos and disorder were all over the place.

While many people were happy with the downpour blessings from the sky, cops were not as amused by it. The “money rain” had caused heavy traffic and the man who was believed to be behind the stunt was arrested on Sunday for creating disorder in a public place.

The stunt is believed to be organized by Wong Ching-kit. The 24-year-old is known online as Coin Young Master and runs a company that promotes investment in cryptocurrency.

But since the stunt was considered illegal, Wong could be in trouble and might face not just fines but even jail time. So he was left with no choice but to deny that he had to do anything about the “money rain.”

Wong said:

“Don’t blame it on me; I also don’t know why money could fall from the sky.”

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