The Reel Life
One of the unique things about playing online slots is that you never physically see money changing hands. At times it can feel like you're playing with Monopoly money. A man in Kansas tried to make a transaction using actual Monopoly money, and he paid the price.
According to the New York Daily News, a man in Wichita suffered head injuries after a crack cocaine deal went bad. It seems that a few weeks earlier, the victim bought $100 worth of crack using Monopoly money.
Well, the victim got his punishment from the dealer he scammed in the form of a beating.
"The man from whom he had bought the drugs was upset and invited him over to his house, and upon arrival struck him in the head several times with a handgun, and other people jumped into the fray," said Gordon Bassham, a spokesman for the police department.
The man's injuries were not life-threatening. Wichita police said they are still on the lookout for the drug dealer, even with the victim not cooperating.
Bassham summed it up best.
"That was not a get out-of-jail-free card," he quipped.
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