Turns out that cleaning planes can turn up a fair few surprises , including bags of money worth more than £33,000! Wacky Britain's Got Talent dancer Tracey Moran, who somehow made it through last Saturday's audition show, said today despite handing in the dough in she never even received a thank you!
Plane cleaning Tracey told The Sun today: "I found it on one of the seats. I thought it was a bag of toiletries so I opened it.
"Inside were rolls of dollars. The money was surrounded by some pills and powder. I think it was drugs. Whoever brought it on to the plane had maybe chickened out from trying to take it through security so left it on board.
"I handed it to my boss, then we gave it into the man that makes sure we're on time with cleaning and preparing the plane. He said I would get a reward but I haven't seen him since."
Meanwhile the hopeless 43-year-old dancer has revealed she's "loved every minute" of her life since appearing on last weekend's show. Tracey performed an 'interesting' dance routine for the judges to the tune of Grease Is The Word, and managed to get three yeses from the panel.
Tracey admitted: "Work colleagues have started asking for autographs and pictures."
Britain's Got Talent 2011 continues tomorrow at 8PM.