SOME PEOPLE dream of going to Beverly Hills to take a tour of their favourite celebrities homes – others dream of raiding their bins.
Tuck and Sammie J are a couple from Somers Point, New Jersey, US, and often spend their time rummaging through rich people’s rubbish.Sammie J and Tucker often scour the streets in search of treasure[/caption] They ofund these designer chairs waiting to go to landfill[/caption]
But that doesn’t mean the couple keep the goodies they find – instead they often sell it on.
And honestly, who would blame them as they have found some high-priced items in perfect condition out on the streets of some of the wealthiest Americans.
In one YouTube video, the couple filmed themselves finding trash over multiple days – and viewers were stunned by what they found.
One of their spectacular finds saw four stackable chairs by Verner Panton for Herman Miller thrown onto the sidewalk – each costing around £800 each.
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“This series follows us as we drive form beach town to beach town, salvaging roadside treasures for profit.
“And the best part is, we never know what we’ll find next,” says Tucker.
The couple also found three pieces of art, including an oil painting and two modern pieces, with one being worth £333 ($400).
Tucker and Sammie J continued to drive around the area and luck was on their side as they quickly found another pile of ‘rubbish’ on the side of the road.
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They next picked up a wicker sun lounger, and some Louis Vuitton gift bags.
In their next stop, the couple found a white leather desk chair, but that was all.
Tucker said: “Not a good day out picking here, some days you win, some days you lose.”
But viewers were seriously impressed with the couple’s haul – one wrote: “I’m happy you benefited from all that great stuff, but I find it shameful that people just throw things in the landfill rather than donating.”
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Another commented: “It is unbelievable. A friend of mine is a trash collector in New York. Tons of awesome finds.”