LMAO: Bro Tries To Deposit ‘$1Million Dollar Bill’ – Gets Busted For Meth Instead

We’re not sure how he was expecting this to play out, but it probably wasn’t like this.

Assessing risk doesn’t seem to be this guy’s forte.

Then again, he’s on meth, so… there’s that.

Dennis Strickland, 33, tried to deposit a $1 Million bill at Northwest Bank in Sioux City, Iowa.

A teller reported the suspicious transaction to police because Strickland never had more than $500 in his account, and because the US Treasury has never printed a $1 Million bill.

And that is when it got really weird.

When police arrived at the scene, they said Strickland appeared to be anxious and kept fidgeting with something in his pocket.

Officials claimed they heard paper rustling and asked Strickland if he had any more million-dollar bills.

Strickland then began to empty his pockets and out came a small packet of methamphetamine, according to police.
Source: Daily Mail

Strickland was arrested for possession of a controlled substance. He wasn’t charged for trying to deposit the fake bill which can be found online and in novelty shops for as little as $1.

He’s being held at Woodbury County Jail on $1,000 bond — double the highest amount that he had in his account.

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