Naturally, a video was also filmed of the extraordinary actions of Czech Kamil Bartosek, known as Kazma. According to what the Czech newspaper reported, the money was originally supposed to be won by one person, but no one was able to solve the puzzle required for that. Kazma didn’t want to keep the money, so he “disposed of” it in other ways.

the daily Mail According to his report, he distributed the amount corresponding to about 363 million forints to a field, and everyone can keep the money on a “who gets it” basis.

Not everyone was allowed to participate in this event: Kazma first indicated the campaign he was preparing for, then he had to register, and finally those who could be there personally in the “financial rain” were chosen by lottery.

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Those who wanted to use the money raised to help others also placed a QR code on the back of each note, which directed them to the donation platform. According to Bartoszek, nearly four thousand people came to the “banknote collection” on Sunday.


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