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Man Uses 300,000 Pennies To Pay The DMV (3 pics)

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  • 17 Jan, 2017  |
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Nick Stafford of Virginia, USA, became frustrated with the DMV when he was trying to get information regarding where he should register his son's car. Nick had to make several inconvenient phone calls, and he still wasn't able to get an answer. So when the time came to pay the sales tax on two new cars he purchased, he decided to pay it using 300,000 pennies.

1 Man Uses 300,000 Pennies To Pay The DMV (3 pics)


2 Man Uses 300,000 Pennies To Pay The DMV (3 pics)


3 Man Uses 300,000 Pennies To Pay The DMV (3 pics)


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№1 Author: SirLaughALot (17 Jan 2017 17:06) Total user comments: 327


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Somebody has to sign the paper that says "paid" ... and they're allowed to refuse.
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№2 Author: EnderWiggin (17 Jan 2017 19:47) Total user comments: 375


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Because he had to make a few phone calls? Go online and look it up yourself, you tool.
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№3 Author: No1 (18 Jan 2017 02:16) Total user comments: 1469


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Nothing says "sticking it to the man" like making the poor cashier count the f*cking pennies, not to mention the poor people in line behind him. Guy is an entitled asshole.
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№4 Author: tobles (19 Jan 2017 00:49) Total user comments: 2


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Huh.

In Canada we have rules to prevent this kind of stupidity. Of course we have coins up to 2 bucks. From the Currency Act:

(2) A payment in coins referred to in subsection (1) is a legal tender for no more than the following amounts for the following denominations of coins:

(a) forty dollars if the denomination is two dollars or greater but does not exceed ten dollars;

(b) twenty-five dollars if the denomination is one dollar;

(c) ten dollars if the denomination is ten cents or greater but less than one dollar;

(d) five dollars if the denomination is five cents; and

(e) twenty-five cents if the denomination is one cent.
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