He wanted change for his million dollar bill

He wanted change for his million dollar bill
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A man in Kentucky approached the counter in Walmart with a vacuum cleaner, a microwave oven and other things in his shopping cart. The cashier rang everything up, and the total came to $476. The man gave the cashier his million dollar bill, and waited for change.

He probably did not have to wait long for a response.

Although there is no such thing as a million dollar bill, since the largest U. S. currency in circulation is $100, the man insisted that the money was genuine.

Police were called, and he was arrested and charged with trying to "obtain property by false pretense" and "uttering a forged instrument."

When we consider the circumstances, it is more likely that the "counterfeiter", Michael Anthony Fuller, is having some mental health issues.

He wanted change for his million dollar bill
Mr. Fuller did not receive 
his $999,524 in change.

Lexington man charged with making a fake $1 million bill and trying to spend it, Winston-Salem Journal>>

One thought on “He wanted change for his million dollar bill”

  • Another stupid spam comment says:

    I don’t know whether to assess that as a funny or pitiful take on that man. Such harsh realities among street urchins are prevailing more on more these days.

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