Australian police are investigating after someone dropped a dead koala with a $50 bill in its mouth at a station in Victoria on the weekend.
Sgt. Jason Von Tunk told ABC News he was working along Saturday night when he heard a thud. As he left the station, he thought he was about to be ambushed.
"The old, put a dead koala out in the middle of the driveway situation and then get ambushed," Von Tunk said. "But when I saw the $50 in its mouth, that made me even more curious."
There was no note attached to the dead animal. Von Tuck said the koala had head injuries, but it didn't appear to have been killed deliberately. He said it could have possibly been run over.
Officers buried the koala and entered the $50 into evidence.