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‘Dead husband walking’ loses $1,000 worth of his wife’s clothes

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A New York City man has a good idea what to get his wife for Valentine's Day: new clothes! Michael Farrah put $1,000 worth of her clothing in a recycling bag to take to the cleaners. His 9-year old son saw the bag and put it on the street with the recycling, and it disappeared! Farrah is offering a reward, hoping to get the clothes back. He posted fliers in the neighborhood saying, please contact "dead husband walking."