Wednesday, December 03, 2008

Money for nothing and the chicks...they're, um, upset

In today's tough economy, it's always a good idea to find ways to save money on non-essential purchases. This probably isn't the best strategy, though:
Investigators said a former U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration engineer and a graphic designer created fake 20 and 100 euro notes that were "virtually indistinguishable" from real money, ANSA reported Wednesday.

However, police said the bills were spotted as fakes and brought to the attention of authorities by lap dancers and prostitutes frequented by the counterfeiters.
They say that hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, but I'm guessing that a woman who's expecting legal tender for those kinds of services can't be too far behind.

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