Across Hong Kong’s Deepwater Gold Market, banknotes suddenly fell from the
sky on Saturday afternoon, with crowds surging and voices bubbling. When the police arrived at the scene, they immediately blocked the road, forbidden passers-by to “collect money” and boarded the rooftop of the building for investigation.
Banknotes fall from the sky
At about 2 p.m. on the 16th, the scene was opposite Shenshui Chengjin Mall. Suddenly, a lot of money was thrown from the roof of the adjacent building. The money was flying like rain and snow, dancing with the wind in the air. The passers-by looked up and looked up one after another. Some people raised their airplanes to take pictures. All of them rushed to the direction where the money fell. When someone found that the money falling from the sky was HK$100, the situation was on the spot. More sensational, the crowd instantly out of control, have joined the ranks of money collection.
Passers-by snatched money
Some drivers even jumped out of private cars to collect money directly, others rushed out of the road regardless of safety, others climbed up the eaves, the situation was chaotic, but the scene was constantly heard the “unbelievable truth” of the roar and laughter.
A Happy Passer-by Finding Money
Witnesses photographed the mysterious man who scattered money, put on his hat and mask, and scattered the money on the roof of a building. It is learnt that the mysterious man scattered at least six banknotes.
A mysterious man suspected of throwing money
Miss Liao was on the spot when the accident happened. She said that the scene was at the D exit of Deepwater Cheng Station of Hong Kong Railway. “A lot of people were standing there. Suddenly, there was a man standing on the top of the building. He left his money on the street for no reason, and those people shouted.” Miss Liao said that everyone believed that the money must be counterfeit. “Do you know it’s true, those people have been picking up money, and some people have climbed to the eaves to pick up money.”
“Master Money” scattered?
It is reported that the money is suspected to be a virtual coin customer known as the “young master of money”. He himself broadcasts cash from the sky on Facebook at the same time, suspecting to publicize his trading competition.
Money Master Facebook Live Broadcast
He also asked netizens live which district he hoped there would be “miracles” again: “robbing the rich to help the poor, and then maybe there will be money falling from the sky in different parts of Hong Kong. Do you support it? Everything can be done as long as there is a dream!”
Mr. Yen, whose real name is Huang Po-jie, calls himself “the first person in the Hong Kong block chain”. He recently started a high-profile class to promote mining machines and earned nearly HK$200,000 in one class.
At 2:42 p.m. on Saturdays, Master Coin broadcasted live on his Facebook. Just before the money came down from the sky, he opened his hands in front of the camera to welcome it.
He wrote in his post: “Today’s theme is robbing the rich and helping the poor. I have a dream since childhood. I hope to be a justice messenger and superhero. Maybe many people will lose this heart because they are getting older and worn out by work. I can also feel it very well, because I have worked hard, but the world of coin circle is too fantastic to reach in a few years. I regain my childlike innocence. I wonder if you ever imagined that one day money would fall from the sky. My young master, standing