Top 10 Most Expensive Things Ever Thrown Away

It's easy to accidentally throw away something you didn't mean to. Fortunately I've never accidentally chucked a tire stuffed with money, a 300,000 pound ring, or a million-dollar painting. Prepare to be amazed by these top ten most expensive things ever thrown away. Subscribe for more! ► http://bit.ly/BeAmazedSubscribe ◄ Stay updated ► http://bit.ly/BeAmazedFacebook https://twitter.com/BeAmazedVideos https://instagram.com/BeAmazedVideos ◄ For copyright queries or general inquiries please get in touch: beamazedvideos@gmail.com A $50,000 violin - Giuseppe Pedrazzini is a name that doesn't sound familiar to many people nowadays, except afficionados of classical music. Wedding rings and more wedding rings - A Missouri woman named Carla Squiteri took off her 400,000 dollar ring while washing her hands and wrapped it in a towel for safekeeping while it dried. A tire stuffed with cash - The idea of accidentally throwing away a tire sounds a little far-fetched. After all, it's not something small you could pitch without even thinking about it. $57,000 in payroll checks - As a senior compliance inspector at the Pinellas County Department of Solid Waste Operations, Alex Crawford finds some unusual things at the dump. 35-year-old baseball card collection - Jason Souter was living in Manhattan at the time his mom, Susan, decided to clean out the closet in his old room. A $200,000 Apple computer - Silicon Valley is home to many large tech companies, including Apple, and also a recycling firm called Clean Bay Area. Million Dollar Lotto Ticket - A Massachusetts man named Kevin Donovan was in the habit of buying scratch-off lottery tickets—and losing. Million in diamonds - Diamonds are so bright and sparkly, it's easy to be blinded. Maybe that's what happened to the jewelry store employees who accidentally tossed 5 million worth of them in the trash. The Million Dollar Painting - On the other hand, honest people sometimes benefit from dumpster diving. Bitcoins - In 2009, an IT worker named James Howells had mined 7,500 bitcoins on his laptop during the early days of the cryoptocurrency