NYC-area airline passengers left more than $131,000 in loose change and cash at TSA screening stations, NY DAILY NEWS reports.
Airline passengers crossing through Transportation Security Administration checkpoints left nearly $1 million in loose change and cash at screening stations this past fiscal year, and more than $131,000 of that cash came from the New York City area, according to a TSA report.
JFK topped the list of airports nationwide where travelers leave cold, hard cash — forgetting a total of $72,392.74 on screening tables. Los Angeles International Airport was a close second with $71,748.83. The TSA collected some $41,026.07 in loose cash at Newark International Airport, and $17,906.62 at LaGuardia Airport. In all, the TSA recovered $960,105.49 in unclaimed cash.
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