Pensioner loses £80k after leaving it on roof of car

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A pensioner who says he does not trust banks lost £80,000 in cash after leaving it in plastic bags on the roof of his car and driving away.

The 68-year-old anonymous retiree had been carrying his pension savings back and forth to work since his guard dog died, and he felt it no longer safe to leave the money under his bed. After a panicked...

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