A week after Pablo Escobar’s Pepto Bismol-colored Miami Beach mansion was demolished, it’s been reported that a 1,325-pound safe was found by a worker tearing down one of the last walls. This is actually the second safe that was found at the home, though the first one was stolen before it could be opened.
Christian de Berdouare – the Chicken Kitchen owner who tore down the house because he doesn’t want to be associated with Escobar (who never lived there, btw) – and his wife Jennifer Valoppi will open the safe “shortly,” according to the BBC. But because de Berdouare previously said that he wants to make a documentary about the experience, we’ll probably have to wait until the movie comes out to find out what the safe contains.
That’s why we have taken the liberty of surmising on the 10 most logical things that Escobar would have kept in the safe:
Wu-Tang's 'Once Upon a Time in Shaolin'
The lost treasure map in the Dead Sea Scrolls
Tickets to 'Hamilton'
'Muchachitas' on VHS
The world’s most extensive Beanie Babies collection
A clearer Miss Universe results card
A lifetime supply of Concha Nacar
A 'Narcos' cast wish-list with people who can actually do Colombian accents