‘Hidden Cash’ Plans Return Trip To The Southland Thursday
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — @HiddenCash announced Sunday that he is going to be @ it again in the Southland, as promised.
The Palo Alto-based real estate developer who had Los Angeles all in a tizzy when he dumped secrets amount of cash in landmarks for people to find in a treasure hunt, said he will be back in Los Angeles, the Inland Empire and Orange County beginning Thursday.
On Sunday, he left 25 PEZ dispensers full of money ($50, $60 and $100) buried in the sand on a San Diego beach.
His cryptic Tweet: “San Diego: Which beach you ask? This one: Many people like theirs with jam. I’ve always preferred honey.”
Reporters made the obvious conclusion that the Tweet referred to Pacific Beach, commonly referred to by San Diegans as PB — as in “PB and J.”
@Hidden Cash clearly enjoyed his latest treasure drpp. “Stay sexy, Sandy Ego,” he tweeted.
After weeks of anonymity, @Hidden Cash (real name Jason Buzi) confirmed his identity on “Anderson Cooper 360” in early June after being outed by “Inside Edition.”
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