A German lorry driver has thrown away tens of thousands of euros after winning a radio competition by promising to do precisely that.
Marko Hilgert unloads some of his winnings
Marko Hilgert pledged to give away three-quarters of the 100,000 euros (£65,800; $129,000) prize money.
He was as good as his word and threw notes onto the town square of Kaiserslautern, in western Germany, as he was suspended above it in a crane.
Some 3,000 people scrambled to collect the notes as they rained down.
Mr Hilgert kept the rest of the prize money to pay off part of his mortgage.
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"If I threw three quarters of it out of the window, I would obviously still profit," he said.
"But the people also profit from this, and that's what people realised when they voted for me as the winner of the competition."