NYC Might Clean Its Streets For the First Time After Finding $20 Bill While Disinfecting Their Subway

After finally removing all of the filth and grime from NYC subways last night with a thorough cleaning, the NYC Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) excitedly announced this morning that they had found a $20 bill in the process. Upon hearing the news, an energized New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said that the city should strongly consider cleaning its streets for the first time as well. “There’s money to be made in NYC,” a grinning Cuomo stated. “Plus it will be nice to have the streets restored to their original color – that signature bright and shiny New York apple red.” Photo Credit Zack Seward

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