The streets of London ARE paved with gold

I was working in the City of London and one lunchtime I strolled along Bishopsgate which is a busy road alongside Liverpool Street station. As I approached the Tesco store I saw a £5 note on the pavement, I stopped and looked around and it looked as if no-one had just dropped it so I went over to it and picked it up. My lucky day i thought! I moved on a few yards and there was a Big Issue selling his magazine, I'm pretty sure he didn't see my stoke of luck but I thought he probably needs it more than me and "easy come easy go" as they say. I gave it to it and he was much appreciative of it. The next day, I left my office to head for home turning down a side street off of Bishopsgate, again a popular thoroughfare, but on this occasion quite empty. I strolled along and halfway down the street I came upon a £10 note laying in the middle of the street! I was quite astounded as I don't think I'd ever found any notes just laying on the road before especially not two days consecutively. Maybe it was karma for my good deed the day before? What would have happened the following day if I'd given that £10 away (this time there was no-one around)
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Date submitted:Sun, 01 Sep 2019 11:00:17 +0000Coincidence ID:10333