The New York Post: Who in the world is flushing 500-euro notes in Geneva?

These potties are flush with cash.

Swiss investigators are trying to figure out why tens of thousands of euro bills keep turning up in toilet bowls in and around a Geneva branch of the UBS Group AG UBS, +0.66% , according to a Bloomberg report.

Some 500-euro notes — worth just under $600 each — were found floating in a commode near one of the bank’s vaults several months ago, and since then more dough has been found bobbing in latrines in three nearby restaurants, Bloomberg reported, citing local media and investigators.

The stashed cash — much of it apparently cut with scissors before being flushed — caused thousands of francs in damage to the pipes.

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