Drugs will make you do some crazy mess... like trying to deposit a million-dollar bill into your bank account.
Yeah, you read that right.
Police in Iowa say Dennis Strickland showed up to a bank in Sioux City and handed the phony money over to the teller. Of course, million-dollar bills don't exist, so she called the cops with the quickness, according to the Daily Mail.
As officers were questioning Strickland, they claim they heard paper rustling in his pockets... so they asked if he had any more fake bills. That's when they say he emptied his pockets and boom... out came a bag of methamphetamine.
You can already guess the rest of this story. Strickland got handcuffed and hauled right off to jail. But he got a lucky break this time. He's only been charged with drug possession, not for the fake ass million-dollar bill he tried to deposit.
His bond is set at $1,000. That phony money won't bail him out of this one.
Just say no, y'all. Just say no.