A Georgia man that was surprised to find the quantity of his last paycheck in the type of pennies discarded in his driveway last month is getting some aid from coin-counting company Coinstar. Fayettevilles Andreas Flaten had actually quit his task at Peachtree Citys An OKAY Walker Luxury Autoworks in November and was having some trouble getting his last paycheck from his former employer.GEORGIA MAN RECEIVES LAST PAYCHECK IN OILY PENNIES DUMPED ON HIS DRIVEWAYAlthough he had apparently been promised his $ 915 check would be paid to him in January, the check never arrived and Flaten stated his former employer implicated him of damages.Flaten, who had actually gone so far regarding call Georgias Department of Labor for support, was amazed when he found more than 91,000 oil or grease-covered pennies in front of his house..
Andreas Flaten and his $1,000 (Courtesy of Coinstar).
” I was investing an hour or two a night attempting to clean the cents and most likely only cleaned off about $5 worth,” Flaten told Coinstar. “I was grateful and so relieved that Coinstar concurred to assist me.” CLICK HERE FOR THE FOX NEWS APPIn addition, business executives revealed that they would match Flatens cent value and donate $1,000 to regional charities of his choosing.Flaten called two Atlanta-area animal shelters to receive the donations.