There are mistakes, then there are mistakes. This is the latter. In Baton Rouge Darren James's family was more than a little surprised to find a $50 billion dollar deposit in their bank account. James found out after his wife frantically called him. He said, "It was crazy just to see what it looks like because I've never seen that many zeros in my life." But he did the right thing and called the bank immediately to report the mistake - but not before grabbing a couple of screenshots to remember the once-in-a-lifetime error. Funny thing - it too the bank four days to reverse their mistake! And FYI - recipients of mistaken bank deposits are not allowed to keep the money. If you do, you can go to prison. (UPI)
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