Weird but true

Steve Wilson of DoodyCalls, a St. Louis residential pet-waste removal service, noticed the cash sticking out from the pile of poop. He pulled out the bills, sanitized them and doodifully returned them.//

New York Post
June 16, 2010

Weird but true
David K. Li

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A professional dog-poop scooper found $58 in doggie doo, and returned it — the cash, not the poo — to the owners.

Steve Wilson of DoodyCalls, a St. Louis residential pet-waste removal service, noticed the cash sticking out from the pile of poop.

He pulled out the bills, sanitized them and doodifully returned them.

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