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In Vancouver, Canada, a good samaritan has been hiding stashes of weed around the city for people to find using tips tweeted out by @HiddenWeedYVR.  

The social media Robin Hood of cash is hanging up his feathered cap and green cloak for a beanie and a Bob Marley t-shirt.

In Vancouver, Canada, a good samaritan has been hiding stashes of weed around the city for people to find using tips tweeted out by @HiddenWeedYVR.

Clue for prize #5: Enter here, go 111 paces, look between the connors, next to the white house. pic.twitter.com/q8vqiplHPO

— HiddenWeedYVR (@HiddenWeedYVR) June 9, 2014

Clue for prize #5: Recognize this statue? Lift the pink flower to find some fine cannabis. pic.twitter.com/DFnuv003oT

— HiddenWeedYVR (@HiddenWeedYVR) June 9, 2014

For prize #1, look under this ribbon. Near the intersection of "Gordon's rank" and "Montreal university" in Van. pic.twitter.com/gHWsBm460M

— HiddenWeedYVR (@HiddenWeedYVR) June 8, 2014

The weed scavenger hunt was inspired by the mysterious Twitter account @HiddenCash which hid hundred dollar stacks around San Francisco two weeks ago for people to find.

“I've made millions of dollars over the last few years, more than I ever imagined, and yet many friends of mine, and people who work for me, cannot afford to buy a modest home in the Bay Area,” @HiddenCash told San Francisco magazine the Bold Italic. “I am determined to give away some of the money I make, and in addition to charity, to do it in fun, creative ways like this.”

The identity of @HiddenCash and @HiddenWeedYVR have not been revealed.

Early Monday morning some Canadians tracked down @HiddenWeedYVR’s weed stashes and tweeted photos of their finds.

@HiddenWeedYVR Thanks a lot Lighting strikes twice pic.twitter.com/Tox6WHruKj

— Richard (@richiepoo3) June 9, 2014

@HiddenWeedYVR thats how its done son #cheers #sothankful #forthisbountifulblessing pic.twitter.com/l599CZHK1V

— Sammy Hersey (@SamWow604) June 9, 2014

H/T o.canada.com |Photo by Coleen Danger/Flickr (CC By-SA 2.0)

 

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