For the second time in as many days, a mystery man hopped out of a limousine and handed out $50 bills at a grocery store.

The man, dressed in a white tuxedo and flanked by two men in dark suits, emerged from a white limousine Friday evening and began handing out the money in this town west of Detroit. After a few minutes, the men drove away."It was fun," said Barbara Colvin, 51, who was given a bill. "You don't usually go into a grocery store and get money given to you."

No one knew who the man was, but described him as in his 30s or 40s with blond hair. On Thursday, at a different supermarket in Detroit, a man fitting that description handed out some $50 bills.