Man arrested after throwing mud at his elderly neighbor for watering lawn

Kenneth Klugh 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

(Scroll down for video) A man allegedly threw mud at his neighbor because she over watered her lawn.

The 30-year-old Florida man was arrested after his neighbor complained that he threw mud at her because she over watered her lawn causing water to pool inside his yard and garage.

Kenneth Klugh is facing charges of assault on a person over the age of 65-years-old in the attack, which occurred near Ormond Beach, Florida.

According to the Sheriff's Office of Volusia County, Klugh began arguing with his neighbor before scooping up some mud with a shovel and throwing it at her vehicle. He then threw a ball of mud that hit his elderly neighbor, deputies said.

His neighbor claimed that some of the mud went into her eyes, despite her wearing glasses. "He threw mud and some of it went in my eye. I had to go wash it out," the woman said. The side of her car also had mud on it.

The woman was not injured, nevertheless, Klugh was arrested for assault.

Woman's camera washes ashore in Taiwan after losing it in Hawaii

Lindsay Scallan 
By: Sarah Weiss

(Scroll down for video) A woman never thought that she will ever see her lost camera again after it fell into the ocean in Hawaii.

However, years later, the Georgia woman has been reunited with her camera and photos from the camera she lost during a trip to Hawaii 6 years ago, after it reached the shore in Taiwan.

Lindsay Scallan said she was on a dive trip when she lost her camera during a night dive.

"It was toward the end of the trip and my pictures were in there and it was my first experience there, so I was very upset about it. But what could I do?" Scallan told a local television news station.

Scallan said she recently received a Facebook message from a friend from high school saying that his wife found an article on the website of a television station in Hawaii about a lost camera. Scallan said an employee of China Airlines found the camera and said that all the images were still on the memory card.

"China Airlines has offered to pay for me to go out there, for my room, the food and everything," Scallan said. "A trip with all expenses paid to go out there, get my camera and meet the guy who found it, is really wild," she added.

“She was very sad about her lost camera and her lost photos. Now, she is extremely happy to get it back plus to get such a free vacation. It really paid off,” a woman close to Scallan told video not loading? Click here to view

Pair of eyeballs found at gas station trash can

Eyeballs illustration 
By: Sarah Weiss

(Scroll down for video) A gas station worker found a pair of eyes in a box at a garbage can.

The worker, at a Conoco gas station was shocked when he found the pair of eyes. The worker at a Kansas City, Missouri gas station found the box which was labeled "keep refrigerated." When he opened the box he saw what appeared to be human eyeballs. The man called police.

Police are searching for the customers who were seen on surveillance camera leaving the box on the trash can.

Surveillance video showed two men in a blue Toyota, with Nebraska plates leaving the package on top of the trash can.
“This is the weirdest thing I ever heard being found at a gas station,” a customer at the gas station told

There is an eye bank a few kilometers away from the gas station. Police officer called the eye bank as well as local hospitals so see if someone was waiting for a pair of eyes.

But no eye banks or hospitals in the area was expecting a delivery of eyeballs.

The package was transported to the medical examiner's office in Jackson County for safekeeping until the authorities are able to investigate further.

It is unclear at this time if the eyes are human, or if any criminal activity is involved.

Man caught on video falling into a large sinkhole

Yang Xibing falling into sinkhole 
By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) A man was going about his business on an ordinary street when suddenly the ground below him opened up and swallowed him, according to video uploaded to the internet.

The Chinese man, who was identified as 25-years-old, was swallowed up by a sinkhole in southern China.

Surveillance video cameras in the city of Shenzhen, captured the horrific moment in which Yang Xibing, a security guard at a residential complex, fell into the hole that was estimated to be about 65-feet deep on Tuesday.

He was rescued and taken to hospital but later died of his injuries.
Some residents said that illegal excavation work at a neighboring lot may have caused the ground to open.
Many resident gets underway to determine the cause of the incident.

“I don’t want to be swallowed up by another potential sinkhole, so I decided to move away until the authorities can determine what exactly cause the incident and what can be done that such an incident should not happen again,” one resident told video not loading? Click here to view

Abducted Israeli tourist finally freed from captivity in Egypt

Amir Omar Hassan with Ingvild Selvik Ask 
By: David Ross

(Scroll down for video) An Israeli man and a woman were kidnapped while vacationing in Egypt, according to press reports in China.

Now, just in time for the Passover holiday, which commemorates the Jews being freed from slavery in Egypt, the Israeli man and the Norwegian woman who were kidnapped Friday in the Egyptian province of South Sinai have been released, a local security source told a Chinese newspaper.

The release came after two days of negotiations between the security authorities and the kidnappers through the mediation of tribal elders, the source said.

The freed hostages, both in good condition, will return to their home countries in their separate ways, the Israeli man through the Taba crossing alongside Israel and the Norwegian woman heading to Cairo for a flight home. The Israeli tourist was identified as Amir Omar Hassan and the Norwegian tourist was identified as Ingvild Selvik Ask.

“The family is very happy that the kidnapping ended peacefully and that he is in good health,” a family friend told

Security officials confirmed that the kidnappers had been pressing for the release of jailed relatives in exchange for the release of the hostages, who were held by them in a cave area in central Sinai.
The two were abducted by armed tribal groups while traveling on a road in South Sinai four days ago.

Armed tribesmen intercepted the vehicle of the tourists and then forced the two tourists and their driver into a truck, but the driver was released.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Two Orthodox Jews beaten in North Miami Beach Florida

North Miami Beach Florida street 
By: David Ross

(Scroll down for video) While Jews around the world have been celebrating the Passover holiday with joyous events some Jews in Florida are extremely sad after several community members were beaten, according to local television news reports.

"Several thugs came and began hitting and kicking me, so I immediately grabbed my hands and covered my face up," one Jewish victim told the local television news station.

The victim was too afraid to show his face on camera, He said that while he was walking home from synagogue on Friday night, he was severely beaten by five criminals during a robbery attempt.

The man said he was on the ground and covered his face while five men repeatedly kicked and punched him. "They said, 'Give us your money.’ I said, 'I do not have any money.’ They said, 'Give us your phone.’ I said, 'I have no phone, I have nothing,'” the victim recalled.

The victim in this case was an Orthodox Jew, and he is not alone in his concern for his safety. Two weeks before the attack, an Orthodox Jewish grandfather was assaulted at gunpoint in front of his 1-year-old grandson.

"He put the gun to my head and to the side of my face, as he walked behind me, and ordered me to get on the floor," the second victim said.

“The entire Jewish community of North Miami Beach is extremely stressed after these two attacks,” a community activist told

All this has led to an increased police presence in the area. Especially on the eve of Passover, which began at sundown on Monday.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

New color video released showing liberation of Nazi concentration camp

Nazi concentration camp after liberation 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

(Scroll down for video) As Jews around the world are celebrating the liberation of Egypt, new color video emerged of the liberation of a Nazi concentration camp, according to video uploaded to the internet.

Almost 70 years after the end of World War Two, new images showing the Nazi horror still appear. A specialized photo website posted images and a video documenting the Dachau concentration camp after it was liberated by Allied Forces on April 29, 1945.

The website did not specify the source of the photos "or the exact date they were taken. They were later published by the website of a leading British newspaper, which quoted an expert who confirmed that the images were actually taken after the camp was liberated.

"French and Yugoslav flags can also be seen on the video and it is very unlikely that the Nazis have adorned their camp with the flags of other nations," the expert said.

"The photos appear to be quite similar to those taken by U.S. forces who liberated the camp," the expert added. "As hostility towards Israel increases around the world, this new video serves as a reminder for world leaders to fight Antisemitism," a Holocaust survivor told

Founded in March 1933, just two months after Hitler became chancellor, Dachau was the first Nazi concentration camp.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Israeli civil rights group calls to cancel Roger Waters event in NY after anti Israeli activities

By: Roger Waters

(Scroll down for video) An Israeli civil rights organization has called to cancel a Roger Waters event after his recent anti Israeli and anti Semitic activities, according to a press release by Shurat HaDin.

"New York's 92nd Street Y's decision to postpone and not cancel all together Roger Waters' event is appalling. Waters is a hater of Israel and a vocal supporter of the anti-Semitic BDS movement which seeks to boycott the Israeli democracy. Just because Louis Farrakhan, who began his career as a calypso singer, can carry a tune doesn't mean he would have been invited to speak at the Y as well" – this according to Nitsana Darshan-Leitner, director of Shurat HaDin – Israel Law Center.

Recently, the 92nd Street Y announced that Waters will be appearing at an event titled "A Conversation with Roger Waters." Tickets for the event were to be sold at a price of $240-$400. The April 30 event has now been postponed, and 92nd Street Y's website asks the public to "please check back here for more details."

In an interview this month the Pink Floyd singer announced support for the BDS campaign against Israel and even admitted he had asked fellow musicians, such as Stevie Wonder, to boycott the Jewish democracy. The Anti-Defamation League has classified the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement as "at its very core anti-Semitic."

Darshan-Leitner: "Waters sees the Middle East's sole democracy as parallel to the apartheid regime in South Africa. I guess he didn't watch last week's 'The Voice of Israel' which showed an Israeli-Arab girl winning our top singing contest on TV. It is inexcusable that a 'quintessential' Jewish institution, such as the Y, would invite an individual who is promoting hatred of Jews and Israel. We don't need no British haters."

Shurat HaDin – Israel Law Center is a Tel Aviv-based organization dedicated to enforcing basic human rights through the legal system and represents victims of terrorism in courtrooms around the world. Shurat HaDin's clients include
American, European, and Israeli citizens. Shurat HaDin views the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (“BDS”) movement as an anti-Semitic campaign whose intention is to inflict harm on the Jewish People and the State of Israel.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Man jailed after private parts prank goes wrong

James Watson 
By: John Roberts

(Scroll down for video) This might be the oldest prank in the book, yet it landed one man in jail.
A man woke up to find a man’s private parts on his face.

The man was jailed after he beat up his friend who he believed drew a picture on his face. James Watson became enraged by the sight of a man’s private parts on his face.

Watson, 31, from Maryland, was furious after he awoke about 5:30 am and discovered that someone had made ​​a drawing of a man’s private part on his face as he slept.

Watson, suspecting that his roommate had something to do with the prank, ran to the room where his roommate was sleeping. He jumped on him and started hitting him repeatedly in the face.

The attack awoke a third roommate who separated the two men.

The victim, whose eye was swollen, was taken to a local hospital for treatment. After he was released from the hospital, the roommate reported the incident and he pressed charges against Watson for the attack.

Watson was booked into jail and charged with malicious wounding.

The victim and the third roommate told investigators that the three of them often play pranks on each other during nights of drinking. This prank just got out of hand.

Concerned Mexican citizens arrest corrupt police officers

Mexican self defense groups patrolling a roadway 
By: Eva Fett

Mexican police are getting a taste of their own medicine after concerned citizens arrested and accused them of corruption, according to press reports in Mexico.

Hundreds of armed self defense groups have taken control of a city, on the highway in the state of Guerrero, in the Pacific Coast, arresting local police officers and placing them under house arrest after a self defense group leader was assassinated.

Several members of one self defense group opened fire on a car of Mexican tourists headed to the beach for the week of Easter.
Members of the self-styled community police said that over 1,500 members of the force were stopping traffic on Wednesday in makeshift checkpoints in the city of Tierra Colorado, located on the road that connects Mexico City to Acapulco.

The self defense groups arrested 12 police officers and a former director of public safety in the city after a leader of the self defense group was killed Monday.

A tourist going to the beach with his family was slightly injured Tuesday after he refused to stop at a checkpoint and the self defense group opened fire on his car, officials said.

The self defense groups accuse the former security director of participating in the murder of Chief Quinones Guadalupe Carbajal, 28, on behalf of local groups of organized crime and dumping his body in a nearby city on Monday.

They reported seizing several high powered rifles in his car, and the guards were carrying a number of sophisticated assault rifles on Wednesday, although it was unclear if all had been taken from the car of the former security director.

"We have seized control the town, because here the criminals operate with impunity in broad daylight, with the backing of the municipal authorities. We detained the director of public safety, as he is involved with criminals and he knows who killed our commander," Bruno Placido Valerio, a spokesperson for the watchdog group, said.

“We are afraid to stop at these checkpoints because we are not sure who the guards are or to what group they belong to,” several residents of Tierra Colorado told

The self defense groups said they are fighting violence, kidnappings and extortion carried out by drug cartels, but there have been concerns that the guards may be violating the law, the human rights of persons arrested or even cooperate with criminals in some cases.

Sensible for their lack of capacity to enforce public safety in rural areas, the federal government of Mexico has turned a blind eye to self defense groups.

School allows autistic children to harm themselves while staff members watch

Unsted Park School 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

(Scroll down for video) A school is under investigation after giving children razor blades to harm themselves with “supervision”.

Sterilized blade kits were given to students at the Unsted Park School, so the kids can harm themselves in order to feel good and release stress.

Principal Steve Dempsey and headteacher Laura Blair, are being blamed for introducing the self harm program.

The school in Munstead Park, Surrey, Florida, is run by the Priory Group. The school provides education to children between the ages of 7 and 19, with Asperger syndrome and autism.

Staff members took students to the bathroom and allowed them to cut themselves in what they called "a safe and controlled environment.”

The adults waited outside the bathroom while the students were inside with the razors. The staff member checked in on the students every couple of minutes. When the student was done, the adult took care of the the wound by cleaning and dressing it.

Several staff members protested against the policy, and reported the procedure to local authorities, who shut down the self harm program.

"The program was introduced by the headteacher and school principal who really believed it was in the best interest of student,” a spokesperson for the Priory Group, said.

"However, they accept that the procedure should not have been implemented without further approvals having been obtained from key stakeholders and senior management before its introduction." he added.

Smartphones cause drop of chewing gum and magazine sales

Store checkout counter 
By: David Ross

(Scroll down for video) Smartphones are effecting sales at many retail stores.

Sales of magazines fell 8.2 percent this year, while the sales chewing gum fell 5.5 percent, according press reports.

While waiting at checkout lines at supermarkets people tend to get bored and sometimes restless. In the past, the boredom led people to grab a magazine or a pack of gum, which the store strategically placed next to the checkout counter.

Today, people browse their smartphones instead. Companies and stores who relied on impulse buying are seeing a decrease in sales.

Companies and store owners are working to find a way to recapture the attention of consumers. Some products are moved to different locations to where people still focus on their shopping instead of their smartphones, while others send discount offers through text message.

While store owners are looking for ways to get your attention back, shoppers are actually saving money by refraining from impulse buying.

Full line of Kosher for Passover pizza and sandwiches in Jerusalem

Kosher for Passover food 
By: Debbie Gross

(Scroll down for video) As Jews are celebrating the holiday of Passover, supermarkets, restaurants and takeout stands are adjusting accordingly.

According to Israeli law, stores cannot sell leavened bread items on Passover. Although some bagel shops and cafes choose to be closed on the holiday many restaurants, takeout stands and cake shops are open on Passover and they fill their shelves with delicious kosher for Passover foods.

Restaurants offer a full kosher for Passover menu with matzah instead pitta or laffa. They are all kosher certified by Orthodox Jewish rabbis.

In the video below, you can see one fully stocked kosher for Passover takeout stand located on the third floor in the Jerusalem Central Bus Station.

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Jewish and Muslim women working together to bring peace between Israel and Palestine

Jewish and Muslim women 
By: Sarah Weiss

(Scroll down for video) More the ever, Jewish and Muslim women are getting together to foster peace, unity and a mutual understanding between Israelis and Palestinians.
The Leadership Initiative for Women brought Jewish and Muslim women together to work out ways to help the next generation live in peace.
Jewish and Muslim women were asked: “how can people foster mutually respectful relationships with people of different faiths?”

“The greatest enemy and divider between people of different faiths is ignorance,” one Muslim mother said.

Both sides need to be educated about the other’s way of life so they can appreciate where they are coming from.

“By the way we raise our children peace begins in the home,” a Jewish woman said.

When growing up, children learn by what they see and hear from their parents, therefore its the parent’s responsibility to instill the love towards one another and to seek peace.

“We need to begin realizing that there are more similarities than differences and start focusing on them,” another said.

In another effort to bring Jews and Muslims together to foster a positive relationship between the women of the future generation, Jews and Muslims joined together and formed a weight loss group.

The new weight loss program has been launched in various U.S. states in order to break ethnic barriers between Muslims and Jews, while helping them fight against obesity.

"We are not a peace-dialogue group and not a group for conflict resolution," Yael Luttwak, a documentary movie maker, 40, who founded the first group, told a New York newspaper.

"But we're bringing dialogue and exposure," she added.
Luttwak has created a group called “Slim Peace” that is bringing young Jews and Muslims together for a common goal of weight loss, healthy living and empowerment.

Inspired by the Middle East conflict, Luttwak, was out to find a formula to use women who struggle with their weight as a tool for connecting Israelis and Palestinians.

There are also plans to expand Slim Peace to other U.S. cities like Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit and Washington, all of which have significant Muslim and Jewish populations.

Although there are no official figures, the U.S. is believed to be home to about eight million Muslims.
A 2010 report by the North American Jewish Data Bank puts the number of Jews in the U.S. around 6.5 million.

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Brazilian doctor arrested after killing as many as 300 patients

Doctor Virginia Soares de Souza 
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) A doctor along with several employees on her team were arrested and charged with murder related charges after killing as many as 300 patients inside a hospital intensive care unit, according to press reports in Brazil.

The Brazilian doctor who was accused of killing seven patients to free up beds in a hospital intensive care unit may have been responsible for about 300 deaths, according to investigators at the Ministry of Health of Brazil.

Prosecutors said that Doctor Virginia Soares de Souza and her medical team administered muscle relaxants medications to patients, then reduced their oxygen supply, causing death by suffocation at the Evangelical Hospital in the southern city of Curitiba.

De Souza, a widow, who is 56-years-old, was arrested last month and charged with seven counts of aggravated murder in the first degree.

Three other doctors, three nurses and a physiotherapist who worked with De Souza have also been charged with murder.
The Parana state prosecutors said that in wiretaps of telephone conversations de Souza revealed that her motive was to free hospital beds for other patients.

"I want to clear the intensive care unit. It's making me itch," she said in a recording given to the Brazilian press. "Unfortunately, our mission is to be intermediaries in the springboard for the next life," she said in the same phone call.

“How can a doctor be so evil and regularly kill off so many patients who seek care at a hospital?” a concerned patient at the hospital told

If prosecutors prove that De Souza killed 300 patients, this could be one of the worst serial killer cases in the world, rivaling the notorious case of Harold Shipman, the English physician who was found to have killed at least 215 patients.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Two Virginia teens try to poison their teacher with hand sanitizer

School where the incident occurred 
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) Several high school students were arrested and charged with assault related charges after pouring hand sanitizer into their teacher’s drink in order to poison her, according to court proceedings in Virginia.

The two Virginia high school students are facing felony charges of attempted poisoning, as they are accused of twice trying to poison their teacher by pouring hand sanitizer into her tea.

The two 13-year-old male students who have not been named, were removed from the Hines Middle School in Newport News, Virginia, and placed in an alternative school after confessing to their crimes, authorities said.

The poisoning attempt was made aware to school officials after some students who witnessed the spiking reported the incident to the principal, according to a local newspaper report.

An investigation was conducted by school officials in which the students confessed to spiking their teacher’s drinks.

After the school investigation was completed, police were informed. The two teenagers were charged with one count of attempted poisoning, a class three felony.

The two students were removed from the school, and were recommended for a long term suspensions.
“It is very scary that some students are capable of poisoning their teacher and cause some serious harm. It is good that these two students were suspended from our school,” a teen attending the school told

A class three felony is punishable by a penalty of not less than five years in prison nor more than 20 years in prison and a fine of not more than $100,000 in Virginia, according to police.

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New urinal game systems installed at U.S. ballpark

Urinal Gaming System 
By: Debbie Gross

(Scroll down for video) If you are the type to get bored while doing your business in public restrooms then fear no more.

The Philadelphia Phillies' top minor affiliated league is scheduled to launch what it calls a "Urinal Gaming System" in their stadium in Allentown, Pennsylvania.

The Lehigh Valley IronPigs hired a British company to install the gaming system in the men’s bathroom of the Coca-Cola Park.

It consists of a video screen mounted above each urinal. When approached by a fan, the video console will feel the presence and change into the game mode. The man will then aim to the left or right to control the game on the screen.

The team announced Tuesday that Coca-Cola Park will be the first sports arena in the world that will have the game system. It will you be ready for opening day next week.

“In the past, I was reluctant to go to the men’s bathroom at ballparks because there is just nothing to do there and I always got the feeling that someone is checking me out. Now, I will feel better knowing that the guys are busy playing video games at the urinal,” an excited IronPigs fan told

IronPigs General Manager Kurt Landes said he did not want to miss a golden opportunity to entertain the fans. He said that the games are sure to make a huge splash.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Woman wins $41 million after getting sick during school trip

Cara Munn 
By: Moses Gold

A woman received millions of dollars in compensation after becoming sick during a school trip, according to court proceedings in Connecticut.

A Connecticut jury awarded the student of a school $41.7 million in damages this week after the student contracted a serious disease during a trip to China.

Cara Munn, 20, was on a school trip to China when she was a freshman at the Hotchkiss School, a prestigious boarding school in Lakeville, Connecticut. During her trip, Munn said she suffered multiple insect bites while walking through a densely wooded area known to be a high-risk place for insects that carry encephalitis.

The school, according to Munn, did not advise students about precautions to prevent serious illness, so she decided to file a lawsuit.
Munn still suffers from brain damage and cannot speak due to encephalitis.

"Hotchkiss School failed to take basic precautions to protect children under their care," attorney Antonio Ponvert III, said. "I hope this case will help to alert all schools that sponsor foreign travel of minors that they need to check the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about the areas in which they are traveling.

They should also advise children in their care to use repellent and wear appropriate clothing when necessary. Munn’s illness was easily preventable," the attorney also said.

“Cara Munn was such a lively student. Now, she is suffering tremendously. She is unable to speak. I can hardly believe that this is the same person,” a Hotchkiss School student who knows Munn told

The school, however, plans to appeal the jury's decision, arguing that the encephalitis is very rare therefore there was no reason to warn about the disease.

Man arrested after stealing 42,000 pounds of cheese

Veniamin Balika 
By: Moses Gold

(Scroll down for video) A man was arrested and charged with theft related charges after he was caught with a truck load of stolen cheese, according to police reports in New Jersey.

The Illinois man who accused of stealing 42,000 pounds of cheese from Wisconsin has finally been arrested in New Jersey.
New Jersey officials said that the 34-year-old from Plainfield, Illinois, Veniamin Balika, was arrested on Tuesday afternoon.

New Jersey State Police Lieutenant Stephen Jones said Wednesday that the man was driving a refrigerated truck carrying 42,000 pounds of Muenster cheese. Jones said that the cheese company, K & K Cheese in Cashton, Wisconsin, valued the load of cheese at about $200,000.

New Jersey detective Oliver Sissman told a local television news station in Wisconsin, that the suspect used fake documents to get the cheese.

Company spokesperson Kevin Everhart said that K & K Cheese cannot guarantee that the cheese has not been altered, so the product will not be used.

Jones said that if the cheese passes inspections by health authorities it will be donated to charity.

“I have no idea what the man thought he can do with so much cheese. 42,000 pounds of cheese is enough cheese to feed an entire family for many years. Could be he planned to hold a ‘cheese block party’ for the entire neighborhood,” a Plainfield, Illinois, resident told video not loading? Click here to view

Woman returns $30,000 she found in her donated clothing

Carol Sutor 
By: Moses Gold

(Scroll down for video) A woman did not have to think twice before returning thousands of dollars she believed did not belong to her, according to press reports in Pennsylvania.

The woman received donated clothing and returned the favor big time as she returned the $30,000 she found inside the hand-me-downs.

Carol Sutor of Bristol, Pennsylvania, was going through her clothes, which had belonged to the 85-year-old daughter of her cousin's mother-in-law, who had recently died, when she found a canvas bag in a perch.

"I unfolded the bag and had another bag in another bag in another bag, one of those deals, you know?" Inside, she found stacks of hundred-dollar bills.

Sutor, owner of Advantage Insurance in Levittown, said: "Things are tight. I am struggling in my business, as all struggle. When I struggle I think, oh, wow, if I had the money, my problems would be solved. Suddenly all this money appears, but it was the wrong way to get money. It was not mine and I knew it."

When she told her cousin, Marlene Lattanzi, who lives in nearby Medford, New Jersey, about the find, she came to help count the bills.

“Carol Sutor is an extremely nice person, and she just showed her kindness again,” a family friend told video not loading? Click here to view