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It was about 2 a. That one was shredded too -- this time by a manager, who said that bill was also counterfeit, the complaint says. It would take two hours for the police to arrive, resolve the issue and help Garcia get her money back.
During the ordeal, Garcia says, she was held for more than two hours at the front of the store, in sight of all its customers.
She says customers who asked what was going on were told Garcia was trying to use fake currency. When they arrived, the police officers reportedly confirmed to store employees that the money was real. Garcia says it only got worse.
The manager spoke to her in a sarcastic tone and then tried to hand her back her torn up money, the complaint says. At that point, one of the police officers stepped in and said the money needed to be replaced with whole, intact bills, according to the complaint. Garcia seeks punitive damages for false imprisonment and intentional infliction of emotional distress. A representative for Wal-Mart did not return a request for comment by the time this story was posted. Too fat to be executed? Ohio inmate says so. Dark Energy Camera, new mega-eye on the sky, probing mystery.
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