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Hidden Cash Donor Leaves Money In Bottles Of Bubbles At Hollywood Dog Park

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The first @HiddenCash drop of Sunday took place at Lake Hollywood Park, the dog park beneath the Hollywood sign.

The mystery donor hid nine bottles of bubbles in the dog park with $80 to $100 in them.

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Even @smokey_bear got inspired by @HiddenCash encouraging people to go outdoors, hiding a Smokey Bear doll.

@HiddenCash urged those who found the bottles to tweet pictures holding the cash and blowing bubbles, which he then retweeted:


Lake Hollywood Park (Photo by 26758663@N08 via the LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr)