News·Posted on 21 Jul 2018A Woman Drove Through The Streets Of South Korea And Littered It With $14,000 Worth Of CashGod's plan.by by Ikran DahirBuzzFeed News Reporter, by Ade OnibadaBuzzFeed News ReporterFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink According to news agency Yonhap News, 15.8 million won ($14,020) has been recovered by local police from the streets of Daegu, South Korea, after a woman was spotted throwing cash out of her car. View this video on YouTube youtube.com On Thursday morning, the unnamed woman made her way through the city while driving a “luxury” car and generously littering the streets with cash. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Daegu Police / Yonhap News / Via youtube.com She drove to 11 different places between 7:25am and 8am, making it rain along the way, the report said. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Blackish / Hulu Police sent to the scene where the viral video was shot recovered 300,000 won ($266), and larger amounts of cash were found separately in a supermarket parking lot. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Daegu Police / Yonhap News / Via youtube.com On Friday, the Korea Herald reported that the woman, whom they said was 51 years old, had apparently just moved from the capital to Daegu and that the cash had come from the deposit for her previous home.Legally, picking up the money and taking it for yourself would be considered theft, so witnesses took the money and handed it in to the police. That hasn't stopped locals hoping that the mystery good Samaritan will pass through their neighbourhood. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Daegu Police / Yonhap News / Via youtube.com The Korea Herald said the woman didn't give a clear reason for her random act of charity, but "expressed a desire to give money to people". "Sprinkle some in front of my house," said one commenter. Nate / Via news.nate.com "Seoul city, please." Nate / Via news.nate.com And people have compared the driver to Santa. They commented, "Santa is coming in summer in Dae-ji." Nate / Via news.nate.com Officers have said they will be holding on to the cash for now, as the woman can still lay claim to it. Ikran DahirBuzzFeed News ReporterIkran Dahir is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.Contact Ikran Dahir at email@example.com.Got a confidential tip? 👉 Submit it hereAde OnibadaBuzzFeed News ReporterAde Onibada is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.Contact Ade Onibada at firstname.lastname@example.org.