A man from North California picked goods worth $476 and gave the cashier a $1,000,000 note insisting it was real.
The employees of the store informed the police after, Michael Fuller, insisted that the note was legit. The 52-year-old had tried to buy a microwave, vacuum cleaner, and other items.
$100 note is the largest in circulation. Michael was put in jail on a bond of $17,500 after being charged with uttering a forged document and trying to obtain property by false pretense.