Fake Euros fool shoppers

"A publicity stunt by a German firm which sent out fake 300 and 1,000-euro notes adorned with naked women has backfired after people began using them as legal tender. The firm Planet-Present said it had permission from the Bundesbank and European Central Bank. Only close scrutiny shows the notes are fakes. Michael Leidig, Vienna." Found on the Daily Telegraph site.
Here's a picture of Planet-Present's fake euro (page is in German).

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Posted on Thu Jul 11, 2002



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well, the first topic has already been posted upon, so I'd like to be the first person to post on the second post.
Not quite as satisfying. . .
Posted by Jacob  on  Sun Jan 30, 2005  at  05:19 PM
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