There's the mug shot folks of Michael Anthony Fuller, the 53 year old dude who tried to pay for his Wal-Mart purchases in Lexington, NC with a $1 million bill. Now I think the mug shot says it all. The guy obviously REALLY thought there was such a thing as a $1 million bill. As they say here in the south, "Bless his heart".
In case you have not heard the story, Mr. Fuller walked around Wal-Mart and bought a vacuum cleaner, a microwave, and a few other items totaling $476, and tried to pay the cashier with a $1 million bill. When she questioned him about the legitimacy of the bill, he insisted it was real. DAMN, I sure would have liked to take off with that $999,524.00 in change. I could have gone to Target and done some serious damage with that loot. Hell, I might have had some left over to go to Big Lots to buy some real good quality swag.
What I'm wonderin' is where in the hell this guy got his hands on a $1 million bill? Certainly not in Monopoly. Even in the vintage Monopoly game that I have, the largest denomination of money is a $500 bill. I guess Michael didn't get the memo that since 1969, the largest bill the US Treasury has in circulation is the $100 bill. The fact still remains that he was smart enough to obtain this bill. Hhhhhhhmmmmmmm so who or where is the source of the big bucks????????
I gotta tell ya, if I knew there were $1 million bills layin' around, I would get me a big ol' pile of 'em and buy me a house in Beverly Hills with a cement pond. I might even get me a chateau in the Swiss Alps just to say I could 'cause that sounds all classy. But for now, I'll keep tabs on whether Mr. Fuller makes bail with a $100,000 bill. If so, I'm stalkin' the dude 'cause I wanna know the name of his supplier!!!!!!!