Might as well settle down, and buy the house another round.
The likeness of Grover Cleveland is on this fake $1 million bill. Cleveland’s portrait is on the genuine $1,000 bill, which has been out of circulation since 1969.
If you’re going to spend counterfeit money, it might help to use a denomination that actually exists.
An unidentified man who asked a Giant Eagle cashier to make change for his $1 million bill learned that lesson the hard way, Pittsburgh police said Monday.
Unfortunately, it was on a cool Pennsylvania evening, not a hot dry dime-a-dozen Mexicali day. He may have had (slightly) better luck at the Rosarita Beach Café.
(Story via Obscure Store & Reading Room.)