Expensive PAINTING Lost at German Airport Found in Dumpster

Expensive PAINTING Lost at German Airport Found in Dumpster

Expensive PAINTING Lost at German Airport Found in Dumpster
Photo: Polizei Duesseldorf

German police officers recovered a lost painting worth more than $300,000 from a recycling dumpster near an airport.

According to online site The Huff Post, French surrealist Yves Tanguy made the expensive painting.

An unidentified businessman accidentally left it behind at a check-in counter as he boarded a flight to Tel Aviv.

He immediately contacted the Duesseldorf police about the item as soon as he realized that it was missing.

Police spokesman Andre Hartwig said they had difficulties finding the painting at first with limited information.

But the businessman’s nephew traveled to the are and talked with them directly with more details.

After the interview, an inspector traced the painting to paper recycling dumpster used by the airport’s cleaning company.

Over in Georgia, a suspect, who fled on foot from a traffic stop, left behind a winning lottery ticket!

According to reports, traffic authorities in Georgia pulled over the vehicle of the unidentified man for a tag violation.

But the suspect suddenly abandoned his vehicle and fled on foot into the woods to escape.

Officers then found the scratch game card worth $100 in a backpack that also had methamphetamine.

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