Million dollar bill forgery!

Submitted by marty on 03/10/2004 at 09:05. ( ) 67.173.51.16

Too funny - A lady tried passing off a fake (ya think?) million dollar bill at Walmart recently and was busted. I guess the only reason the "associate" caught her was because she couldn't make change - LOL!

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only in america

This response submitted by papabear on 03/10/2004 at 09:30. ( ) 67.74.239.218

I coined the phrase "Elective Moronicity" for just such an occasion!


news...

This response submitted by Ed on 03/10/2004 at 10:04. ( ) 205.188.209.10

Straight from the smoking gun... some people are just too freaking dumb!


MARCH 9--Meet Alice Regina Pike. The 35-year-old Georgia woman must think Wal-Mart cashiers are rather dumb, because she actually just tried to pass a $1 million bill at one of the retail chain's megastores. According to this amusing Covington Police Department report, Pike was attempting to pay for $1671.55 in merchandise, but a Wal-Mart clerk called over her manager when she was handed the bogus bill (instead of handing over $998,328.45 in change). As first reported by Joey Peters of the Newton Citizen, Pike was arrested for forgery and booked into the sheriff's lockup, where the below mug shot was taken. Pike, who told cops that her husband had given her the $1 million bill, was found to have two more phony seven-figure notes in her purse. Perhaps she would have fared better with a $200 bill.





not too long ago...

This response submitted by Griz on 03/10/2004 at 12:55. ( ) 69.66.86.87

I read about a guy that was stealing from JC penney's and he got the anti theft thingy off, then he put it in his pocket and walked out! How dumb is that?


Smart

This response submitted by JTodd on 03/11/2004 at 08:38. ( ) 63.162.11.158

It Takes All Kinds.


I have a few of those million dollar novelty bills on the

This response submitted by Cecil 63.115.128.181 on 03/11/2004 at 12:58. ( ) 63.115.128.247

fridge. You mean I can't use them? What am I gonna do? I hear social security won't be there when I retire.


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