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Singaporean man hides money in random places, aims to bring luck and blessings to finders

A TikToker in Singapore, known as Mr. B, is hiding money in benches across the city. Initially using S$10 bills, he’s now generously using S$50 bills to bring luck and blessings to those who find his hidden treasures.

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SINGAPORE: In a digital age marked by viral trends, TikTok has given birth to countless fads.

One such trend involves individuals concealing money in their cities and allowing viewers to embark on mini treasure hunts to locate the hidden cash.

This phenomenon has now found a dedicated follower in Singapore.

Man hides money in random places around Singapore for people to find 

A TikTok user, who goes by the handle @communitybenefactor, has been actively participating in this trend for the past 1.5 months.

He has taken to hiding money in various benches across Singapore, providing cryptic hints about the locations through videos on social media.

Initially, this TikTok user, known simply as Mr B, would discreetly tuck away S$10 notes in nooks and crannies around HDB estates.

@communitybenefactor

Guess where is the location? Let me know if you are the one who found it! Hiding cash daily, follow for more 🤑 #fyp #fypシ #fypシ゚viral #moneytok

♬ original sound – CommunityBenefactor – CommunityBenefactorSponsored

He would then spin around to offer viewers glimpses of their surroundings, allowing them to identify the hidden treasures’ locations.

Some of these hiding spots were discovered in areas like Tampines and Toa Payoh.

In recent videos, Mr B has displayed even greater generosity by concealing S$50 notes instead of S$10 ones.

This change indicates his commitment to spreading joy to those who discover the hidden money.

Bringing blessings and kindness through hidden treasures

When asked about his motivation, Mr B told MS News he wants finders to “feel lucky and blessed,” as if they were being watched over by a benevolent force.

“I thought about doing this because I saw someone else doing this in other parts of the world,” he said, adding that he viewed the trend as a fun way to give back to society.

Although Mr B is involved in online charitable donations, he admitted to feeling a lack of fulfillment due to the uncertainty of how his money is used to assist those in need.

He emphasized that financial support is not solely required by the “ultra-poor.”

And that, “Sometimes, those among us could use S$50 for a little bit of groceries.”

He acknowledged that S$10 may have seemed insufficient to some, which prompted him to increase the amount to S$50.

He received messages from numerous people, both seeking assistance and expressing gratitude for his kind acts.

By choosing to hide money in public spaces, Mr B intends to offer serendipitous moments of luck and blessing to those fortunate enough to discover his concealed treasures.

This unique take on the TikTok trend adds a touch of benevolence to the digital age, reminding us that sometimes, a small act of kindness can brighten someone’s day.

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PAP also does the same…they hide your money away from you!😆😆😆😆

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