2006_08_tubesocks.jpgWe know all about hiding money in the bed mattress or in the coffee can. But in your sock drawer? That's so obvious. But a Brooklyn man did just that when he stole $100 million worth of checks from JP Morgan. Gregory Halley worked at a Brooklyn mail room facility and stole the checks, getting cash in return for them. Police found "40 stolen checks worth $4 million stuffed in his socks " when they arrested him in April, making it the most expensive sock collection in the world. Halley pleaded guilty to bank fraud and faces up to 30 years in prison.