When a trio of New York college students bought a smelly secondhand couch from a charity store for $20 they had no clue about its real value.
But not long after roommates Reese Werkhoven, Cally Guasti and Lara Russo got it back to their New Paltz home and nestled in, they discovered envelopes of cash – $41,000 worth – were stashed in every conceivable crevice of the pre-loved find.
The friends bought the couch from a nearly Salvation Army in February.
But last month, after watching a movie, they said they felt crinkles in two side pillows built into the couch, according to The Little Rebellion website.
Read more: Daily Mail