The Agus, who were stripped of their belongings and money according to race rules, begged passersby to pay the cab driver who delivered them just outside the Miami finish line.
"It was all about honor," Uchenna Agu said. "That cab driver was going to get his money."
The one-time energy broker for Enron and former WorldCom sales manager said they would use the money for bills, a trip and starting a family -- by adoption if a free round of in-vitro fertilization fails to work.
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