Hot dog vendor whose money was seized by police [EBT Card] receives $88G in donations for new food truck

The California hot dog vendor whose earnings were seized by cops in a video that went viral is now relishing a beefy check presented over the weekend. 

Beto Matias appeared with his wife and two kids at the University of California at Berkeley on Saturday and received the check totaling $87,921. 

After fees and taxes, Matias will have about $60,000 to finance his dream of owning a fully licensed food truck, Martin Flores, the customer who shot the video and collected the donations through, told the Daily News.