Twelve mystery women arrived at the Varvakios market, in downtown Athens, Greece, for the second consecutive year, in order to give thousands of euros away for the people who cannot afford to pay for their Christmas dinner.
According to Greek media, the twelve women are working as executive officials at a multinational company but they have done everything in their power to remain anonymous.
Around 11am on Thursday, December 18, the women arrived at the market in luxury cars. They visited each and every shop and gave 3,000 euros to the owners so that they would offer free products to poor people who cannot afford to buy what they need for the festive dinner.
The same women appear to have visited Varvakios market last year, during Christmas and Easter holidays, offering thousands of euros to help people in need. However, no one has been able to identify them.
Last year, several Greek newspapers speculated that this was a very clever trick organized by butchers at Varvakios market who were trying to attract people in their shops.