Keep the Change: Man Accused of Trying to Spend Fake $1 Million Bill at Walmart

Keep the Change: Man Accused of Trying to Spend Fake $1 Million Bill at Walmart

January 2, 2012 Updated Jan 2, 2012 at 11:52 AM EDT

According to the Winston-Salem (N.C.) Journal, a 53-year-old North Carolina man was arrested in November for allegedly trying to pay for his purchases at a Walmart with a $1 million bill.

The problem? There is no such thing as a $1 million bill.

The man has been charged with felony counts of attempting to obtain property by false pretenses and uttering a forged instrument, according to the Winston-Salem Journal report.

Read the Winston-Salem Journal story HERE.




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