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Woman orders Domino's chicken wings, gets $5,000 cash instead.

Last Tuesday, a woman named Selena Avalos ordered Domino's chicken wings for lunch, which is already a great story. Instead of chicken wings, she was delivered a box filled with $5,000 in cash. And she has not been seen since. AND SHE RETURNED IT. Because Selena Avalos is a good person. According to ABC 7 News, Avalos at first thought she had received bread sticks instead of chicken wings.
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