It was somebody’s lucky day in Houston, Texas, when a malfunctioning ATM for Bank of America started spitting out $100 bills instead of $10 bills.
Once word of the glitch hit social media, people expressed their jealousy. Bank of America has issued a statement saying that the recipients of the faulty ATM are allowed to keep the additional money.
Everything is better in Texas! But good god why couldn't have been my ATM?! 🍻 https://t.co/puomaqWzqj
— Bobby Beefcake (@RealBBeefcake) November 26, 2018
Officials didn’t say how much cash was wrongly dispensed, but the number had to be fairly hefty. Cars were lining up at the machine up and down Interstate 45. The crowd dispersed once officers arrived at the scene of the…well, it’s not a crime. Bank of America was later contacted and disabled the ATM accordingly.
Line quickly forms at Texas ATM that was spitting out hundred dollar bills. Bank of America confirms vendor had inadvertently loaded machine with the wrong denomination. Bank says customers are welcome to keep the extra money. pic.twitter.com/Roc18TgAbp
— Mike Sington (@MikeSington) November 27, 2018
In a statement, Bank of America noted that the incident was caused by a vendor. This was, I’m sure, a good night for everyone—bsides Bank of America.