Trending: Snowing Money At Mall, Paul Walker’s Death

December 2, 2013 1:14 PM

Making It Snow At The Mall

One man’s holiday cheer meant trouble with police when he made it snow money at the mall.

After the stunt, he was ticketed by police right afterwards.

29-year old Serge Vorobyov dropped one thousand one dollar bills over the fourth floor rail at Minnesota’s Mall of America — while a choir sang the holiday classic, “Let it Snow.”

He said he going through a divorce and lost his business.  He thought giving away his last one thousand bucks would bring something positive to his life.

Instead, he got a ticket from police and a year long ban from the mall.

It clearly was a publicity stunt, each of the one dollar bills had his YouTube and Facebook address stamped on them.

If you visit his YouTube page, he explains why he did it.

RIP Paul Walker

Depending on your age — you may not have known who Paul Walker was before this weekend — but you probably had heard of his movies.

Walker is best known for his roles in The Fast and The Furious franchise.  He died in a fiery crash in California on Saturday.   Police are investigating speed as a factor in the crash.

Within hours, “RIP Paul Walker” and “Fast and Furious” were trending on Twitter — with celebrities and fans alike sharing their condolences.

Walker’s co-star Vin Diesel has tweeted several messages since the news of Walker’s death broke including this one: