I couldn’t believe it when I found something VERY surprising in an old PlayStation 2 game box when I opened it years later
A MAN was stunned after finding something VERY surprising in his old PlayStation 2 game.
The guy, who goes by the name DJ Limited, burst into fits of laughter after opening one of his old boxes and stumbling upon the shocking find.
He told his followers that he was digging through old games so he could play his PlayStation on his grandma’s old TV.
But when he went through his boxes, he came across something very shocking.
In a fit of laughter, he showed himself opening the plastic case to reveal wads of cash – instead of the game he was expecting.
DJ Limited said he must have hidden the money when he was younger – but over the years he’s apparently forgotten.
The drum and bass DJ and producer told his followers: “I wanted to go and get my PlayStation. I had to use my grandma’s TV because it’s the only one that has the connections.
“I started looking through all the games, making sure everything is where it was, and I opened this one up and looked…
“Honestly I can’t believe I found £1,000. I, my boy, must have bloody well hidden that.”
To his surprise, he had hidden £20 notes in his old PlayStation game, Need for Speed Underground 2.
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The DJ cackled in disbelief after stumbling upon the money – years after he hid it there.
Some observant viewers were quick to note that the money he found were old £20 notes – with some commenting that he could no longer use them.
Old paper notes will go out of circulation on September 30 this year, but the Bank of England will always exchange them for new currency after that date.
One commenter said: “Shame old £20 notes are NO LONGER legal tender.”
Another added: “The game that keeps giving.”
A third said: “Imagine if your parents gave away all your games.”
At the moment you can use either paper or plastic versions of both the £20 and £50 notes.
But that will soon change as old papers will be phased out before the end of the year.
Old paper £10 and £5 notes have already been replaced with newer, more secure, polymer notes.
Featuring Churchill on the five and Jane Austen on the £10, the new notes are made from machine-washable plastic rather than paper.
Old paper £10 notes went out of circulation back in 2018, and old £5 notes the year before.
Now shoppers have until September 30 to spend or deposit the £20 and £50 notes.
Then they will be officially phased out, the Bank of England has announced.
Old £20 notes show the face of economist Adam Smith.
The new Polymer £20 was first launched in 2020 and features an image by artist JMW Turner.
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