Wayne Sabaj may have one of the greenest thumbs around. He was making a pork roast that night and wanted something to accompany it so he went out to his garden.
The unemployed Illinois man wandered into his garden and unearthed a crop of cash — about $150,000 worth. It’s a farmer’s delight and has everything from beets to onions to sprouts.
As he searched for broccoli, instead he found a bag full of cash, nestled among the peppers.
He took the discovery back inside to his father, Mitchell.
That wouldn’t be fair if I just kept it,” Sabaj told ABC News.