Bank Employees Throw 200,000 Euros in Trash

    debtsIt may sound unbelievable, but the personnel of a bank in the center of Nafplio, Greece tossed 200,000 Euros in the trash. This happened during the renovation of the bank, when the employees threw away a carton because they believed that it contained useless things.

    However, when they counted the cash, it was discovered there was a deficit of 200,000 Euros and went into a panic. The bank employees immediately began to look into the situation, since it seemed unbelievable that one thousand 200 euro bills could go missing. When they didn’t find the money, the employees naturally started to fear for the consequences. One of the employees who threw the carton in the trash nearly had a stroke. Their suspense however, lasted 24 hours, after which an employee remembered that he had temporarily placed the money in a carton.

    Luckily, after realizing what had happened, they searched the trash bin where the carton was thrown and found that it was still there. They were extremely fortunate that the garbage truck had not yet passed by and that  foreigners who seek metal or cans in the trash had not been rummaging around.


    1. The SDOE will be paying a visit to Nafplio very shortly. Knowing how the banks operate the people responsible for the error will be given a promotion and transfer, possibly a ministerial position or World Bank.

    2. Why not ?It is not their money anyway.Greece had been showered with billions,there are apparently enough other’s people money to steal,stash away in Swiss bank accounts and even throw some away!!

    3. What do you care about ethics? You are just an extreme nationalist here to demonize Greeks.

    4. Tedi Tedi… you forgot to take your pills again, the nurse is gonna give you a spanking!

    5. LOL.. Wtf? Ahhh 19th Century cash control. This is how advanced Greece is.

      Firstly, that amount of money should be stored in a fireproof safe and secondly, since the bank probably knew well in advance about the renovation, then they should have stored their cash in their central bank where they order extra cash. LOL. Most forward thinking countries have this, including the Balkan countries.

      Greece, once again it’s a BIG FAIL

    6. Look at my name, not greek at all! Funny to see you accuse other people of trolling ! hehe

    7. In 1929, Southern Serbia, including all of what is now called FYROM, became known as the Vardar Banovina of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.
      Vardar Banovina was a province of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia between 1929 and 1941. It was named after the Vardar River and IT’S administrative CAPITAL was the city of Skopje. In 1945, the state CHANGED IT’S OFFICIAL NAME the People’s Republic of Macedonia

      The Greeks more appropriately call you Skopia, after your capital Skopje, as you have absolutely no biological or cultural connection, to Alexander the Great who is universally recognised as being Greek. You Skopians are Slavs.

      “This Government considers talk of Macedonian “nation”, Macedonian “Fatherland”, or Macedonia “national consciousness” to be unjustified demagoguery REPRESENTING NO ETHNIC NOR POLITICAL REALITY, and sees in its present revival a possible cloak for aggressive intentions against Greece.”
      — U.S STATE DEPARTMENT Foreign Relations Vol. VIII Washington D.C.Circular Airgram(868.014/26 Dec. 1944)