50,000 yuan bank notes torn by psychotic woman
                 English.news.cn | 2012-05-05 11:59:46 | Editor: Mo Hong'e

Photo taken on May 3, 2012 shows staff members in the Sichuan branch of Bank of China try to splice the shreds of 50,000  yuan bank notes torn by a woman who suddenly falls ill. It took 6 hours for 12 bank clerks to successfully splice only one complete 100-yuan bank note. The money was originally meant for the woman's mental disorder treatment. (Photo: www.wccdaily.com.cn)

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