While growing up, when we were not aware of the value of currency, our parents use to hand over fake notes to play.
After growing up, once a person dream of a treasure or some kind of magic to happen that we own a personal money printer to print money and spend it without any worries.
However, a grown-up woman from Germany did something kids just dream of.
The German women walked into a car dealership in the southwestern German city of Kaiserslautern to buy a car with currency notes she printed using an inkjet printer.
According to reports, when the dealership noticed the fake bills of €50 and €100 during payment, the employer said that the notes looked too forged that he asked her if she wanted to play Monopoly.
Instead of riding a car, she may have bought with those fake notes, the women ended up in police car.
After searching the 20-year-old woman’s home, the police found freshly printed ‘currency notes’ that amounted to €13,000.
According to Germany’s Federal Criminal Police (BKA), “imitating money with the intention of putting it on the market” is punishable by at least one year in prison.