《中英對照讀新聞》No free money in New Jersey: Police want spilled banknotes back－新澤西沒有免費的錢：警方想拿回散落的紙鈔
Police in New Jersey on Thursday urged people who grabbed banknotes that spilled out of the back of an armored truck during rush-hour traffic to return the cash, no questions asked.
East Rutherford police began receiving calls at around 8:30 a.m. EST on Thursday that cash was blowing out of the bullet-resistant truck and multiple vehicles had crashed after several motorists abandoned their cars to chase the money.
Videos posted on social media showed a Brinks armored truck with its hazard lights flashing on Route 3, about 10 miles outside New York City, as people ran after bills blowing between cars and trucks on the busy roadway.
"This is super dangerous, everybody is just out there picking up money," one woman said in a video posted on Twitter.
As of Thursday evening, East Rutherford police said some cash had been handed over but did not specify the amount. (Reuters)
no questions asked：慣用語，指無須解釋或說明、不會受到調查。例句：The police station has a drop-box where you can drop off any kind of drugs, no questions asked.（警局有一個投遞箱，你可以丟下任何毒品，完全不用解釋。）
run after：片語動詞，指奔逐、追求、伺候。例句：He has spent his life running after fame and fortune.（他畢生追逐名利。）
hand over：片語動詞，指交出所有權、控制權、物品。例句：I’ve handed over my place on the office.（我已讓出辦公室職位。）