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COVINGTON, Ga. - A woman was caught trying to use a fake $1 million bill to buy $1,675 worth of merchandise at a Wal-Mart, and was later found with two more of the bills in her purse, police said.



The United States Treasury does not make $1 million bills, but people can buy souvenirs of such a bill at some stores, police said.


"It looks real, but of course there's nothing real about this," Covington Police Chief Stacey Cotton said Tuesday. "People do crazy things all the time. I think it's just another example of some odd things that occur."


A clerk at the store immediately noticed the bill was fake when 35-year-old Alice Regina Pike handed it to her on Friday, Cotton said.


Pike then tried to use two gift cards with only $2.32 of value on them to buy the merchandise, but when that didn't work she again asked if the clerk could cash the $1 million bill, Cotton said. The store then called police.


Pike, of Porterdale, was charged with forgery. There was no listing for her phone number in directory assistance, and she could not be reached for comment Tuesday.


Covington is 32 miles southeast of Atlanta.

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damn she stole my idea, i would have gotten away with it to if it wouldnt be for those meddling kids
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I dunno, I think this quarter would be a better deal....

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Edited by Pier, 10 March 2004 - 09:58 AM.


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I think the woman must of been on drugs or something.
Anyone would know that you can't get away with that!!

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I didnt know they didnt make 1 million dallor bills... They should make one a put bush's face on it that way they know we wont burn the money because its to much money to burn. ;)

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I dont get it. These fucktards try and print casy on their bubblejets, and alot of people can do it pretty well. But there is a trick. The real paper money is printed on is part cotton. When cotton is pressed, and applied with heat, it leaves small minute fuzz burns. If there are none present, it is a forgery. There are always those little marks on them. Plain and simple. If you can just know your business, I wouldnt have to read about million dollar bills.

Bah!




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