Wednesday, Nov.4th a board, where people could leave or take money, was installed outside the metro station Politekhnichnyi Instytut.
Two sheets of paper were attached to the plywood board saying, "Take as you need" and "Give as you can." With UAH 1, 2, 5, 20 banknotes being pinned on the board, reported Typical Kiev group in social networks.
But this morning the board has disappeared, told the sellers from the adjacent outlets.
- It was installed by two guys for people lacking UAH 1-2 for a subway ticket. And today the board has disappeared. Maybe it has been stolen by homeless or maybe someone just threw it away. Another option - people stole the money, and sellers appropriated the board, according to a statement told in one of the booths.
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