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A woman in New Hampshire bared it all to cast her vote in this week’s primary election.
The woman walked into a polling place wearing an anti-Trump shirt, but was told the shirt violated electioneering rules and it would have to be covered.
After some argument, the woman instead whipped her shirt off entirely.
A moderator says it all happened quickly and he didn't want to inflame the situation any further, so the topless woman was allowed to cast her vote and leave.
A group of cyclists in North Carolina were out on a ride when they made a startling discovery -- a wallet and more than $4,000 cash.
Members of the Fort Bragg Seniors on Bikes cycling group said they were out on a ride about 10 a.m. Sunday when member Susan Larsen spotted a $100 bill on the ground. The group then noticed more $100 bills scattered around the area.
The cyclists rounded up the money -- $4,000 in $100 bills, as well as some smaller bills -- and found a wallet nearby with a driver's license, bank cards and a few receipts that were dated from the previous day. The group found the wallet's owner on Facebook and were able to reach out via a mutual friend.
The wallet's owner, a young man, told the group he had left it on the back of his flatbed truck when he stopped for gas and he didn't notice it missing until hours later. He said it must have fallen from the vehicle while he was driving. The man said he was carrying that much cash because he had planned to buy a trailer that day.