El Pais on 17th May reported the bizarre story of where a camper van had overturned and careered towards a sheer drop in the mountain pass of Puerto de la Mora, around 40 km north-east of Granada. The van’s driver and its 2 passengers suffered only minor injuries. Police discovered a suitcase holding €18,000 inside, and further investigation revealed a stash of notes under one of the seats that could, according to the police, be worth anywhere between €400,000 and €4 million. The 3 Lithuanians in the van, none of whom have a criminal record, have denied that the money belongs to them. The article says that the maximum amount of cash that can be transported legally in Spain is €100,000 – a higher sum requires a certificate from the tax agency or customs. Carrying cash across the border into another country reduces that figure to €10,000.