ULTIMATE LOTTO DISGUISE: Jamaican lottery winner appears in public in Scream costume

Kingston – VIJAY SHAH via JAKE MASSEY and LADbible

Many lotteries around the world like to not only publicise their winnings, but also their winners. But for those who do not want to be in the spotlight, or perhaps worry about friends and family finding out they have struck gold, and the storm of handouts on demand heading their way hence, a public appearance in front of television cameras and millions of viewers is the last thing they want.

A publicity-shy gambler on the Caribbean island of Jamaica who won a USD 1 million/GBP 907,000 jackpot decided to try a new way of keeping the big win a big secret from his relatives. He showed up at his public televised announcement wearing a disguise consisting of a full costume based on the serial killer from the Scream horror film series. And no, it was not a Hallowe’en special.

 

The winner, an A. Campbell, scooped the JMD 158,100,000 (Jamaican dollar) prize and appeared in public to collect the traditional oversized publicity check from the organisers of the country’s Super Lotto. On the 5th of February, he showed up complete with the mask and clothes of the psychotic serial killer from the Scream movies, Ghostface. The only thing he did not bring with him, rather wisely, was the blood-splattered blade Ghostface carted around with him.

As reported on the website LADbible, Campbell did not collect his winnings for nearly two months, forcing the lottery organisers Supreme Ventures to put out a public appeal for the winner to come forward quickly as they had only ninety days to cash in. According to LADbible, Campbell, while happy to have won so much money, was also uncomfortable with the entire situation. 

He said: “I looked at my ticket and ran into my bathroom and said, ‘I won! I won!’

“From the day I found out that I won, I’ve been sick.

“My head hurt me for three days because I was thinking so much, [wondering] if what I’ve been longing for really came true. I had a belly ache for two weeks, sometimes I feel so much pain I forgot that I had won.”

A. Campbell plans to invest the money the good old-fashioned way: buying a dream home. He told the magazine: “I want to get a house, I want to get a nice house. I haven’t found it yet, but I’ll be looking for one soon.”

SOURCES:

LADbible, Facebook, Facebook Inc. https://www.facebook.com/LADbible/

“Jamaican Lottery Winner Claims Cheque In Full Scream Costume” – Jake Massey, LADbible/LADbible Group (12 February 2019) http://www.ladbible.com/news/news-jamaican-lottery-winner-claims-cheque-in-full-scream-costume-20190212?c=1550002631974&fbclid=IwAR3Sek9EcSt44bUkDy8K_AUAt8XZMv1NcbslttQ6U-vQZk7BYDtoUERmRlc

IMAGE CREDIT:

“Ghostface(s)” – Miguel Castaneda, Flickr (31 October 2009) https://www.flickr.com/photos/migee_castaneda/4076843989

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HONOR VIEW 20: New smartphone now on sale

London – VIJAY SHAH

This year looks to be a promising one for the smartphone, with several new models planned for launch in the next few months or being readied in the pipeline. One such smartphone, the sleek and admirably-designed Honor View 20, which has already been hailed as the ‘most beautiful (Honor) phone yet’ by the site TechAdvisor.co.uk, was launched just this past 22nd January, and is now on widespread sale and contracts in the UK.

 

The View 20, an Android offering made under the Honor brand name of China’s flavour-of-the-month phone manufacturer Huawei, was in fact the first new phone launch of 2019, and comes packed with an attention catching 48 megapixel camera, 256 GB worth of storage, 6.4″ IPS LCD display, sleek body design and an ‘all-over’ screen which reaches right to the edge, or bezel, of the phone. Some more features are detailed below, courtesy of the manufacturer.

  • It has a resolution of 1080×2310 and a screen size of 6.4 inches in length. The screen comes with a curved display across phone’s side. It is easy to handle. The phone uses advanced touch-screen technologies for accuracy and responsiveness. You may change the touch sensitivity on the Settings.
  • The phone comes with 4,000mAh battery with fast charging capabilities. The charge port is a USB-C. It can manipulate priority of background apps for better battery conservation. A full charge requires 1hr 12 mins of charging time.
  • Gradient effect and glass back finish. Available in blue, red and black colours. The cover can be changed whenever you want. The back finish includes a chevron design pointing downwards.
  • Storage goes up to 256 GB and RAM up to 8 GB. Unlike many high storage devices which are costly, Honor View 20 seems to be the best for its price.
  • Honor View 20 comes with flashy designs. It has a very good library of default themes and wallpapers. You get to choose the brightness, contrasts and saturation of the screen. It offers a colour wheel for more colour choices.
  • Cameras are well set; a rear camera of 48 MP with 3D camera feature. Front camera reaches to 25 MP. You can shoot 2x zoom images in very high resolutions. The Camera features a range of filters and effects including an Aperture mode for better photography.
  • You will need a 3.5mm headphone for the new smartphone. It supports mobile Bluetooth devices as well.

The phone is now on sale in Britain for the RRP of £499.-, and is also been promoted in India and China. As of the time of publishing, the phone has not yet being made available in the United States. The phone, with its dense array of improved and ground-breaking features, is being particularly aimed at amateur photographers, YouTube fans and online gamers. It has also been receiving rave reviews in the first few weeks of sale, and is being tipped as a strong competitor against other premium ‘flagship’ phones like the Samsung S10, iPhone X and OnePlus 6T.

SOURCE:

“Honor View 20 – the new smartphone” – Aspers Casino via journalism.co.uk (6 February 2019) https://www.journalism.co.uk/press-releases/honor-view-20-the-new-smartphone/s66/a734294/

IMAGE CREDIT:

“HONOR View 20 6GB RAM 128GB” – Carphone Warehouse https://www.carphonewarehouse.com/honor/view-20-6gb-ram.deal.html?cid=PAIDSEARCH_Google_1684735579_69270255087_pla-618603948436&gclid=Cj0KCQiAtP_iBRDGARIsAEWJA8iSK4sNeqoYwoHNfsC36RlEHyKbheiVVq78RUArERIGaHfJL0WwkXoaAqz_EALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds#!propsId=21507047

SULLEE J: Spear (new album submission)

Baltimore rapper Sullee J has dropped his latest album, previously announced exclusively at HEM News Agency, this past weekend (1 February 2019) after a short hiatus and working on some new material. The new collection of his hits, titled simply ‘Spear’ is now available for listening and purchase.

The hip-hop musician, who has had a very prolific 2018, releasing several tracks and collaborations with artists from as far as Iran, has kindly shared with you his experience and feelings behind the Spear project, his motivations and the drive that made this stunning new album a reality.

 

Find beat. Record. Release. For years, this routine has been on repeat. Moving from state to state, job to job, and in the midst trying to complete one of the greatest projects, it’s been like a love-hate relationship. I’ve felt like quitting every time I’d turn on the radio. Then I’d get messages from fans across the world telling me how I’ve changed their lives and my inspiration would spark again. I’ve recorded over a 100 songs and at one point all of them were tracks I considered perfect. I had to listen to each one multiple times, and finally came down to a select few. The funny thing is, I’ve never went back and changed a song after I had it mixed and mastered. SPEAR is a very special project, from the cover to every song. The cover was purposely made abstract, giving it a variation of perspective. Every song contains a piece of my spirit. Whether I speak on relationships, friendships, politics, God, and just different scenarios, it’s all me. Every song holds a truth about me. I don’t fabricate my music like most artists you listen to nowadays, because music to me is about originality. It is my gravity. Spear is my reality. The album has features from artists such as Shady Records, KXNG Crooked, and Beast 1333.

Engineers: Matt Bittman and Michael Seger

Producers: Dansonn Beats, J-Wiz, Jordan Moseley, Anno Domini Beats, Raffaele Merighi, Lezter, MannyMade, Tozu Productions, Boyfifty, Chris Wheeler, RedhookNoodles, Jurrivh, Syndrome

Spotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/album/4lpPnO3P9VSL2k59x3VBO9?si=Fdxiua_1TZisWGPtkZtd5w

Bandcamphttps://sulleej.bandcamp.com/album/spear

iTuneshttp://itunes.apple.com/album/id1450531757?ls=1&app=itunes

SOURCE:

Sullee Justice.

THE HOMELESS: A small request to help the less fortunate this winter

London – VIJAY SHAH

According to homelessness and housing issues charity Shelter, there are 320,000 people classified as homeless in the UK, with the number rising by a thousand a month (according to the Guardian newspaper). This has intensified with a combination of factors causing more people finding themselves without a roof over their heads. These factors include rising rents, lack of suitable housing, and a weakened economy owing to the aftermath of the 2008 credit crunch, and now Brexit.

For the homeless forced to live on the streets and in parks, life is unbearable. Many experience mental/physical health and addiction problems, are marginalised by the better-off and face discrimination and outright abuse even. There have been incidences of thugs setting fire to homeless men and urinating on them as they slept.

In Britain, winter is in full swing, with temperatures dropping below freezing now on most nights. People who can go home and warm up with the central heating are understandably frustrated about the cold and chills, but spare a thought for those who only have a tatty and dirty sleeping bag being all that separates them from the harsh icy elements.

StreetLink is a nationwide charity which encourages people to look out for those who are dwelling on the streets and have nowhere else to go. The charity helps connect rough sleepers to services that can help get them off the streets, including emergency shelters and other accommodation. As the harsh British winter continues its relentless grip, readers are being urged to keep an eye for the ignored. If you see someone who is sleeping rough, you can call StreetLink directly on their freephone number 0300 500 0914 and tell the operator where and when you saw the person. The charity will send out a street outreach team to check up on the rough sleeper, and potentially, you could be the one that means that person will not die early and instead see their life turn around for the better. You can also send your notification in via the StreetLink app or their website: streetlink.org.uk

 

SOURCES/IMAGE CREDIT:

Steve Thorogood/Facebook.

“Welcome to StreetLink” – StreetLink https://www.streetlink.org.uk/StreetLink_HomePage

ROAD MISHAP IN MAURITIUS: Car overturned in shopping district

Bagatelle – VIJAY SHAH via Defimedia.info

A road accident on the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius saw a car overturn and end up on its roof today in the town of Bagatelle, famed for its popular shopping mall, the French-language Defimedia.info website reported today.

Few details of the accident or its cause were published by the news outlet but a picture shown with their report shows bystanders clustering around the stricken auto, which had completely overturned, its four wheels hovering in the air. It is not known if there are any injuries or fatalities. What appeared to be the front of the silver-coloured car is entirely mangled and the doors were open, possibly as people were helped or removed from the vehicle.

 

The exact location of the accident was not published, apart from a mention that the incident took place in the ‘heights’ of Bagatelle, an area of the Moka District which lies less than two kilometres from the town of Rose Hill-Beau Bassin, about 20 minutes’ drive south from the Mauritian capital, Port Louis. The area draws many shoppers to its signature Bagatelle Mall, the Mauritian equivalent of Westfield.

Rising prosperity on the island has seen an explosion in the number of vehicles on its roads, leading to frequent traffic jams even in smaller towns. Accidents have also become more commonplace. According to the government agency Statistics Mauritius, 149 people are killed annually on Mauritian roads with 268 serious injuries in the same time period.

SOURCES/IMAGE CREDIT:

HEM Newsbreakers, HEM Newsbreakers, Twitter, Twitter Inc. https://twitter.com/halfeatenmind/lists/hem-newsbreakers

defimedia.info, Twitter, Twitter Inc. https://twitter.com/defimediainfo

“Bagatelle : une voiture se retrouve les quatre roues en l’air” – Defimedia.info/Le Défi Media Group (27 January 2019) https://defimedia.info/bagatelle-une-voiture-se-retrouve-les-quatre-roues-en-lair?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

“Road Traffic Accident” – Statistics Mauritius http://statsmauritius.govmu.org/English/Pages/Road-Traffic-Accident-.aspx

HARROW FLATS: New apartment block given go-ahead despite locals’ objections

Pinner – VIJAY SHAH via ADAM SHAW and Harrow Times

Local authorities in the north-west Greater London borough of Harrow have given assent to a new development of flats despite local residents of a busy road objecting to the project and vetoing it three times, the Harrow Times newspaper reported today.

The Northcote development, in the Pinner area’s Rickmansworth Road, will consist of eight brand-new flats in addition to an existing estate of 24 homes now at the site. The eight apartments will be housed in a single two-storey complex, and the plans were approved by Harrow’s council, the Times reports.

 

Pinner locals however have rallied against the proposed development, saying that there will be a loss of green spaces, as well expressing serious concerns about access issues for vehicles and the presence of extra council-issued refuse bin facilities that could attract vermin and create foul-smelling communal areas.

Harrow Council’s planning committee however rejected the residents’ objections for the third time in a row, saying that the area and Harrow in general needed more housing as its population continues to rise, a theme common to many outer London areas. Four of the council’s members spoke out against the Northcote development, but failed to sway the vote on the planning application, according to the Harrow Times. A total of 44 rejections of the proposal were counted by the council, with anti-development councillors appealing to the local government to take them into consideration.

One local resident who objected against the new flats, Majd Kilani, told the Times: “We don’t have the time and resources to keep battling these development attempts, which have caused significant stress.

‘It has taken away time and energy that would otherwise be dedicated to our families and the community.”

SOURCES/IMAGE CREDIT:

Vijay Shah { विजय }, Twitter, Twitter Inc. https://twitter.com/VShah1984

Our Harrow, Twitter, Twitter Inc. https://twitter.com/OurHarrow

“Harrow Council approves Pinner’s Northcote development” – Adam Shaw, Harrow Times/Newsquest (London & Essex) Ltd/Gannett (26 January 2019) https://www.harrowtimes.co.uk/news/17386271.harrow-council-approves-pinners-northcote-development/?ref=rss?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=sendible&utm_campaign=RSS

PARK LANE: Two people sought in connection with Ilford man’s murder

Ilford – VIJAY SHAH via LINDSAY JONES and Ilford Recorder

Two men are being sought by police in connection with a killing of an Ilford resident that took place in London on New Year’s Day, the Ilford Recorder newspaper reported recently.

With the newspaper’s cooperation, murder detectives released two mugshots of the accused to the public and named them as Nor Hamada and Ossama Hamed. They are sought as suspects in the brutal stabbing murder of nightclub bouncer Tudor Simionov, who was attacked while working at his job guarding the door to a party venue in London’s Park Lane area.

 

A group of outsiders on New Year’s Day attempted to violently gatecrash a party taking place at Fountain House in Park Lane, Mayfair, where Simionov was working at the front door. When the victim and other venue staff attempted to remove the gatecrashers, they were attacked with knives, with Simionov succumbing to his injuries. Four others were injured in the fight, which saw them try to protect partygoers by hurling vases at the intruders during the standoff.

Detective Inspector Garry Moncrieff of the Homicide and Major Crime Command, a division of the London Metropolitan police force, said: “Ossama Hamed and Nor Aden Hamada are dangerous individuals who need to be apprehended. I would urge anyone who has seen them, or knows of their whereabouts, to contact police immediately.

‘These are live lines of enquiry, therefore I am not willing to speculate on where they may be but rest assured we are working with colleagues to ensure that if they are in this country, or overseas, we will track them down.’

‘Our investigation continues to move forward and a woman has now been charged with perverting the course of justice. However, we will not stop until we have apprehended all those who have played a part in Tudor’s murder.”

Police are asking people who may know of the two suspects’ whereabouts or who may have CCTV or mobile footage of the incident to contact their incident room on 101, quoting the incident code 3276/1Jan, or contact the Crimestoppers line anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Tudor Simionov was born in Romania but came to the UK for a better life. He was residing in Ilford and had plans to get married and start a family, it was reported.

SOURCES:

Ilford Recorder, Facebook, Facebook Inc. https://www.facebook.com/IlfordRecorder/

“Two suspects sought in connection with murder of Ilford man in Park Lane” – Lindsay Jones, Ilford Recorder/Archant Community Media Ltd (19 January 2019) https://www.ilfordrecorder.co.uk/news/crime-court/images-of-park-lane-murder-suspects-1-5858411?fbclid=IwAR0WL5ppg66WRL4lBUU2Coc3U2oU_uQAYMrEGhaSBJLUvUeesqHwFP4UrAA

IMAGE CREDIT:

“TQ2880 : Park Lane, Mayfair” – Mike Smith, geograph (28 April 2007) http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/420019 © Copyright Mike Smith and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence.

2019 WORLD WEDDING TRENDS: New report unveils all

London – VIJAY SHAH

Global wedding events association International Academy of Wedding and Event Planning (IAWEP) has released its fifth annual ‘International Wedding Trend Report’ highlighting the hottest new trends for weddings this year as well as the essential statistics on the wedding planning industry according to experts in the field, journalism.co.uk reports.

 

The hundred experts who lent their observations to the report include household industry names such as Colin Cowie and Mindy Weiss and the document covers many of the upcoming wedding trends making their mark in 2019 in the UK and Europe, North America, Australasia, South East Asia and the GCC region. Overall, there is an increasing trend towards ‘eco-conscious’ weddings that minimise the use of plastics and other environmentally unfriendly materials.

In announcing the free public release of the report, the IAWEP’s chief executive officer, Kylie Carlson said in a press release from the association: “The International Academy of Wedding and Event Planning is a global leader of continuing education in the weddings and events industry,’

“Our connection to industry experts around the world provides us with the unique opportunity to invest in researching and revealing worldwide wedding trends. Each year offers new and exciting styles and designs, and we’re thrilled to share that 2019 has a lot in store.”

Among the highlights covered in the International Wedding Trend Report will be the rise of new colour trends and floral arrangement choices among brides and grooms-to-be, as well as trends in centrepiece and table layouts.

More couples are opting for sharing foods and buffets over traditional plated assemblies, they increasingly want to capture the memories of their big day as videos and animated images such as GIFs, rather than the classic shoot with a wedding photographer, and more people are opting for holding their weddings on Fridays and Sundays, rather than the usual Saturday, the report states. The report can be accessed via this linkHighlights from the Report can be found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YLYtFv57ag0

SOURCES:

“2019 wedding trends unveiled in annual international report” – journalism.co.uk (7 January 2019) https://www.journalism.co.uk/press-releases/2019-wedding-trends-unveiled-in-annual-international-report/s66/a732755/

“Get your FREE copy of the Global 2019 Trend Report.” – International Academy of Wedding and Event Planning https://weddingacademy.lpages.co/the-wedding-trend-report/

IMAGE CREDIT:

“File:W E D D I N G 1 (67357911).jpeg” – Cj Hudgins & Vember Photo via 500px, Wikimedia Commons (20 August 2018) https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:W_E_D_D_I_N_G_1_(67357911).jpeg  – This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.

SOLIHULL REMEMBERS: Special exhibition on town’s World War soldiers launched

Solihull – VIJAY SHAH via DAVID IRWIN and BirminghamLive

The central England town of Solihull, which lies close to the major city of Birmingham, has launched a World War I historical exhibition to commemorate the locals who gave their lives and who fought gallantly in the ‘Great War’, which saw its centenary last year. The exhibition will feature tales of an underage soldier, a recipient of the Victoria Cross, and two soldier siblings who perished within two hours of each other on the gloomy battlefields of continental Europe.

 

As reported by city paper the Birmingham Mail and featured on its BirminghamLive news portal, the exhibition, entitled ‘Solihull Remembers 1914-1918’ is being held at the The Core’s Heritage Gallery. The Core is a council-owned community building based in the city’s Touchwood district. The event will run until 2nd of February, 2019, organisers say.

The exhibition will feature detailed displays and imagery of the time, as well as telling the stories of Solihull residents who answered the call for their country. It is the result of four years of painstaking research by the heritage and local studies service of Solihull Council, who uncovered the accounts of 800 Solihullians who died in World War I. In addition to telling stories from the front line, the exhibition will also show the public the contributions of women who joined auxiliary staff who assisted the war effort, often facing grave dangers themselves.

Tracey Williams, a council heritage and local studies librarian who was leader of the research team at the council that researched the material for the exhibits, told the Birmingham Mail: “At the latest count we have 811 casualties … the challenge has been to bring their stories to life, so it isn’t just a list of names.

“Unfortunately there are still some people we have not been able to identify, which when you consider what they went through is quite upsetting.”

Local councillor Joe Tildesley, who is cabinet member for leisure, tourism and sport and himself a descendant of a World War I soldier, praised the ‘tremendous work’ that went into organising the exhibition. He said: “It’s important that we remember all those who were killed in action,”. Solihull’s mayor, Flo Nash, who officially opened the exhibition, added: “This helps you appreciate what people lost all those years ago,”

“So many young people lost their lives and so many families lost loved ones.”

SOURCES:

interactive storytelling, ICIDS, Twitter, Twitter Inc. https://twitter.com/icids/lists/interactive-storytelling

Solihull Updates, Twitter, Twitter Inc. https://twitter.com/SolihullUpdates

“Visiting Solihull’s First World War exhibition” – David Irwin, BirminghamLive/Reach plc. (4 January 2019) https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/local-news/visiting-solihulls-first-world-war-15626975

SCAMMER SOLICITORS: British legal eagle fined after defrauding ‘vulnerable’ cancer sufferer

Croydon – VIJAY SHAH via NEIL ROSE and Legal Futures

A ‘dodgy’ solicitor who defrauded one of their clients for the sum of £175,000 (USD $222,775) to plug a hole in his firm’s accounts has been fined a total of £63,000 ($80,199) after being brought to book, according to legal website Legal Futures.

In October last year, the lawyer, Neil Adrian Aiston, was hauled in front of the regulatory agency the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal (SDT) after he persuaded one of his clients to give the £175,000 as an unsecured loan to another of the solicitor’s clients. The loaner was a longstanding user of Aiston’s services, having worked with the legal professional for thirty-five years, but was described as ‘vulnerable’, meaning they were at risk of being exploited due to their mental health issues. The client was also experiencing cancer, the Tribunal accepted.

Image: Hloom via Flickr / CC BY-SA, 401(K) 2013 hloom.com

 

Aiston, whose solicitors’ firm was facing troubles, alongside an unspecified outside ‘intervention’ into his business, took the money and instead used it to fill a hole in his office accounts instead. The hole came about after the lawyer took money from other clients for another loan he gave to another customer of his practice. Aiston failed to repay the loan and the client subsequently reported him to authorities.

Aiston was based in Croydon, just south of London, and had been a qualified practitioner since 1979. The client who lost their money told the Tribunal he felt ‘threatened, manipulated and groomed’ after Aiston pressured him into signing documents establishing the loan which he was unable to fully read. Aiston also told the client that he would not pay up the proceeds of a property transaction undertaken by the fraud victim unless he signed over the loan money, the Tribunal also heard. Aiston had explicit knowledge of the client’s health problems, yet continued with the deception.

A statement from the Tribunal said “[Mr Aiston] knew that he was in urgent need of funds as he was facing the prospect of an intervention. [He] has clearly considered that one way of achieving this was to ensure that Client 1 repay the monies that he owed…’

‘[His] conduct was about as dishonest as it could get. [He] had engineered this loan directly for his own benefit in an attempt to rectify the firm’s finances.”

Aiston was described as behaving with conduct that was “was about as dishonest as it could get”, and his failure to return the loan meant the client would now be seeking the money from the Solicitors Compensation Fund, according to Legal Futures.

In his witness statement, Aiston wrote: “I deeply regret the action I took and struggle to understand why I agreed to help a desperate client on that occasion when nearly 40 years’ practice told me not to do so.

‘All I can say is that I had known the client concerned for over 10 years, trusted his statements as to repayment, when I should not even have entertained his request, and as a result I will rightly be struck from the roll.

‘I did not benefit financially or in any other way, personal or through my firm.”

The Tribunal ruled that Aiston had acted when there was a conflict of interest and had been dishonest. He had ‘manipulated’ the client and had brought his profession into disrepute with his fraudulent actions.

In addition to the huge fine, the SDT ordered that Neil Adrian Aiston be struck off from the solicitors’ register and the fraudster was also found guilty of breaching accounting regulations and failing in his professional duties as a certified legal practitioner.

SOURCES:

Vijay Shah { विजय }, Twitter, Twitter Inc. https://twitter.com/VShah1984

Eli Pressman, Twitter, Twitter Inc. https://twitter.com/BarnetWills

“Solicitor “about as dishonest as it could get”” – Neil Rose, Legal Futures/Legal Futures Publishing Limited (3 October 2018) https://www.legalfutures.co.uk/latest-news/solicitor-about-as-dishonest-as-it-could-get

IMAGE CREDIT:

“Paying with $100 Bills – Businessman Transaction” – Hloom Templates, Flickr (15 July 2016) https://www.flickr.com/photos/95051110@N07/28394541020