Talk about a massive freakout. According to reports, these pics show staff members in the Sichuan branch of Bank of China attempting to splice together shredded bank notes worth 50,000 yuan (approximately $7,945).
The notes were apparently torn up by a woman who went ballistic
after withdrawing the money to pay for her mental disorder treatment. It took 6 hours for 12 bank clerks to successfully splice only one complete 100-yuan bank note. Sounds like they're not going to get the job done anytime soon.
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