Bolivian drug dealers toss $1 million from plane

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SANTA CRUZ, BOLIVIA – It rained in Bolivia, but it was H2O falling from the sky. It was cash.

An anti-drug squad found $1 million worth of cash after it was thrown off a plane in Santa Cruz. The dough was found in a plastic bag. When they took a closer look, they found bank papers showing that the money had been withdrawn from a bank in Paraguay. When they looked even closer, they found out that it was drug money.

Looks like someone made the wrong drop.

Fun fact: Bolivia is one of the world’s largest producers of coca, the main ingredient used in cocaine.

No surprise here, there’s probably a lot more dirty money.