Woman tries to spend fake $1 million note

A US woman was charged with forgery this week after trying to spend a $1 million bank note in a Georgia supermarket. Staff refused to accept the note or hand over her $998,328.45 in change (if they had it!) and called the manager.

Click here for pictures of the fake $1 million note

The cashier immediately noticed the bill - bearing the picture of the Statue of Liberty - was fake and called her manager who alerted the police.

But speaking on Wednesday to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution from the

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