The classic philosophical question: if someone accidentally gave you thousands of dollars, would you keep it? Do you return it because the money isn't yours, or do you keep it because the person who gave it to you is a pendejo? Whenever it comes to Taco Bell, it's definitely the latter!
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Police in Dayton have released video of a woman they are looking for who was mistakenly given about $2,000 from a Taco Bell.
Officers said the woman was driving a silver SUV. They said the woman pulled into the Taco Bell on Brown Street around 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday and placed her order. According to police, when she pulled up to the pickup window, an employee mistakenly gave the woman the restaurant's morning bank deposit of about $2,000.
The restaurant manager explained that it is store policy to put the bank bag into a Taco Bell bag. The manager then explained that he would drive up to the drive-through window and an employee would give him the bag.