I was using the cash machine at London Blackfriars station. Checking how much money I had....£0.14 . I saw the guy next to me at the other ATM read his balance slip and then drop it and walk off (I must add at this point that the station was VERY busy and I wasn't really watching him, so I wouldn't have been able to find him.) I then noticed the cash machine he had just used said something like "Would you like to use another service", so without thinking I just hit "Yes", "Cash" "£10". The plonker had left his car in there with the pin typed in! So I took the tenner and the card, already starting to feel a bit guilty. Then I noticed the balance slip he had just dropped. It was about £100 he had, I can't rememeber really how much but he certainly wasn't rich. So I went and handed in the bank card at the ticket office at the station, I didn't bother handing in the money because I seriously doubted it would find its way back to its owner, more likely the man I handed it too would pocket it. I put the ten £ note in my pocket, wandered round for a bit trying to decide if I should spend my new found riches. Next thing I knew, I put my hand back into the pocket where I had only just put a tenner. And it had gone! Weird eh? I have never EVER lost anything more than a couple of quid before, certainly not £10, and then when I "acquire" this money through slightly unorthadox means, I lose it less than five minutes after finding it! Gotta be fate!