The canadian left the money in a conspicuous place in Japan for the sake of experiment

The canadian left the money in a conspicuous place in Japan for the sake of experiment

And the result of all impressed.

Godfrey Chan of Canada decided to test the integrity of the Japanese people in an unusual way. Being at the conference programmers RubyKaigi he left in a conspicuous place in the lobby of the business center 200 yen. The next day, they became 300.

Such incredible history programmer tweeted and asked my followers what to do with unexpected profit.

Many social network users have been surprised no less than the Chan and the others began to share their own experiences related to well-mannered and honest Japanese.

Besides, the man was advised to add this to the existing money a little more, and thus earn a lot more.

People say Japan is a very safe country. To put that to the test, I left ¥200 in one of the most visible spots at the #rubykaigi venue yesterday.

Now there is ¥300.

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— Godfrey Chan (@chancancode) 2 Jun 2018

People say that Japan is a very safe country. To test this, I left yesterday 200 yen in one of the most prominent places of the conference, RubyKaigi. Now they are 300.

this extra ¥100 is completely throwing off my plan.. what do I do now? #sendhalp #rubykaigi

— Godfrey Chan (@chancancode) 2 Jun 2018

These 100 yen totally ruined my plan. What am I supposed to do with them?

Lost my wallet, with more than 100,000 yen (at the time, well over $1,000+) on a train. Got the wallet with all the money and credit cards untouched back 8 hrs later.

— Alexis Alvarez (@AlexisinNYC) 3 Jun 2018

I lost my wallet, which contained more than 100 thousand yen (at the time it was over a thousand dollars) to train. Eight hours later I got it back with all money and credit cards intact.

Do apply 100,wait for next result?

— Du Jianyu | 杜建宇 (@DuJianyu) 3 Jun 2018

Add another 100 and wait for the next result.

Oh my, did someone just plan to create a pseudopower spot to rake some legal money? XD

— Ahmad Haikal Ahmad Mochtar (@ahmadhaikal961) 3 Jun 2018

Wow, really nobody guessed to put the pseudo-ritual bowl to get some legal money?

My Hasselblad in the street a couple of years ago. I was 2 or 300m away, shooting with the model using another camera. That’s $25,000 worth of gear. Sat there for 25mins. In Ginza. On a busy Saturday. No one touched it. Love this country. pic.twitter.com/FVhcLquFtt

— Alfie Goodrich (@AlfieJapanorama) 3 Jun 2018

My Hasselblad camera on the street a couple of years ago. I was at a distance of from 2 to 300 meters, shooting a model with a different camera. The cost of this equipment is $ 25,000. It’s been there for 25 minutes. In Ginza. In a busy Saturday. No one touched him. I love this country.

I think someone misunderstood that it was a donation box or something.

[email protected]博物ふぇすで新刊 (@M_A_F_) 2 Jun 2018

I think someone just confused your money with a place for donations or something like that.

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