Mystery donor leaves 'monkey' in charity shop

Capability Scotland, the disability charity, has discovered £500 in cash in a bag of clothes left by a mystery donor.

Fleming: 'delighted'
Fleming: 'delighted'

Volunteers in one of the charity's Glasgow shops found the bundle of £20 notes inside the arm of an item of clothing. They are not sure whether the money was left there intentionally or not.

The charity is inviting the mystery donor to come forward to reclaim the cash if it was left by mistake, but they are not saying which shop is involved.

"No doubt we would be inundated with people claiming the cash was theirs," said Nicola Fleming, head of retail at the charity.

"If this was a genuine ‘mystery' donation, we are absolutely delighted and this money will go directly to helping us support disabled people throughout Scotland."

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