A Boston Banker Arrested For Printing $8 Million In Counterfeit Monopoly Money

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Sunday, 26 January 2014

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Part of the $8 million in counterfeit Monopoly money.

BOSTON - Authorities in Boston have reported the arrest of well-known bank president Lars L. Lemoncloud who retired from the Third National Bank of Boston three years ago after a 31 year banking career.

Police found Mr. Lemoncloud's fingerprints in a warehouse that was filled with $8 million in fake Monopoly money.

The retired banker claimed that he had nothing to do with the counterfeit play money and insisted that police had planted his fingerprints in the warehouse.

When asked why he was lying Lemoncloud replied that he was a bank president for 31 years so lying was second nature to him.

He has hired the Brooklyn law firm of Fitzowitz, Straydiddle, & Goldenbocker to defend him.

SIDENOTE: Lemoncloud is reportedly a very close friend of Rush Limbaugh who has said that they must have Lars mixed up with some other Boston banker who has one blue eye and one green eye.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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