Bert and Betty are childhood sweethearts and were celebrating their 50th anniversary.
They strolled down the road to their old school and found the desk where he had carved, " I Love You, Betty."
On their way back home, a large bag of money falls at their feet from a passing Armoured car.
They take the bag home and find it contains $50,000. Bert Say's "We'll have to give it back".
But Betty Say's, "No finders keepers."
Later that day, police going from door to door ask them if they know anything about the stolen money. Betty Say's she doesn't.
"She's lying " Bert Say's. "She hid it in the attic."
"Don't listen to him." Say's Betty. "He's going senile."
One of the police officers tells Bert, "OK, You'd better tell us the story from the beginning."
Bert Say's, "Well, Betty and I were walking home from school. . . . . "
The officer Say's to his partner, " Come on -we're outta of here!"
Could there be a sequel to this story, what do you think may have happened.
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