Man makes money-flower for Valentine's Day

2016-02-15 03:27:49 GMT2016-02-15 11:27:49(Beijing Time)  Ecns.cn
A staff member at a flower shop prepares a bouquet of flowers made from Chinese yuan notes in Jinan City, the capital of East China’s Shandong Province, Feb. 14, 2016. Some 20 five-yuan notes, 19 ten-yuan notes, 35 twenty-yuan notes, 40 fifty-yuan notes and 40 one-hundred-yuan notes were used to make the artificial flower, which was a Valentine's Day gift. The customer also paid 800 yuan ($121) to the shop as a service fee. He said he visited more than ten banks to collect the brand new notes, worth 6,990 yuan in total, used to make the flower. (Photo/IC)A staff member at a flower shop prepares a bouquet of flowers made from Chinese yuan notes in Jinan City, the capital of East China’s Shandong Province, Feb. 14, 2016. Some 20 five-yuan notes, 19 ten-yuan notes, 35 twenty-yuan notes, 40 fifty-yuan notes and 40 one-hundred-yuan notes were used to make the artificial flower, which was a Valentine's Day gift. The customer also paid 800 yuan ($121) to the shop as a service fee. He said he visited more than ten banks to collect the brand new notes, worth 6,990 yuan in total, used to make the flower. (Photo/IC)
A staff member at a flower shop prepares a bouquet of flowers made from Chinese yuan notes in Jinan City, the capital of East China’s Shandong Province, Feb. 14, 2016. Some 20 five-yuan notes, 19 ten-yuan notes, 35 twenty-yuan notes, 40 fifty-yuan notes and 40 one-hundred-yuan notes were used to make the artificial flower, which was a Valentine's Day gift. The customer also paid 800 yuan ($121) to the shop as a service fee. He said he visited more than ten banks to collect the brand new notes, worth 6,990 yuan in total, used to make the flower. (Photo/IC)A staff member at a flower shop prepares a bouquet of flowers made from Chinese yuan notes in Jinan City, the capital of East China’s Shandong Province, Feb. 14, 2016. Some 20 five-yuan notes, 19 ten-yuan notes, 35 twenty-yuan notes, 40 fifty-yuan notes and 40 one-hundred-yuan notes were used to make the artificial flower, which was a Valentine's Day gift. The customer also paid 800 yuan ($121) to the shop as a service fee. He said he visited more than ten banks to collect the brand new notes, worth 6,990 yuan in total, used to make the flower. (Photo/IC)
A man holds a bouquet of flowers made of Chinese yuan notes at a shop in Jinan City, the capital of East China’s Shandong Province, Feb. 14, 2016. Some 20 five-yuan notes, 19 ten-yuan notes, 35 twenty-yuan notes, 40 fifty-yuan notes and 40 one-hundred-yuan notes were used to make the artificial flower, which was a Valentine's Day gift. The customer also paid 800 yuan ($121) to the shop as a service fee. He said he visited more than ten banks to collect the brand new notes, worth 6,990 yuan in total, used to make the flower. (Photo/IC)A man holds a bouquet of flowers made of Chinese yuan notes at a shop in Jinan City, the capital of East China’s Shandong Province, Feb. 14, 2016. Some 20 five-yuan notes, 19 ten-yuan notes, 35 twenty-yuan notes, 40 fifty-yuan notes and 40 one-hundred-yuan notes were used to make the artificial flower, which was a Valentine's Day gift. The customer also paid 800 yuan ($121) to the shop as a service fee. He said he visited more than ten banks to collect the brand new notes, worth 6,990 yuan in total, used to make the flower. (Photo/IC)
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