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27 November 2018, 02:48 | Kelvin Horton
A crowd gathered outside the ATM in Houston Texas after word spread it was giving out $100 bills instead of $20s
In footage shot by local news channel KPRC-TV, people even lined up in their cars for their turn - less Mad Max-esque as it sounds, as the ATM appears to be located in the middle of a carpark.
A rogue ATM drew huge crowds after it began dispending $100 bills to customers who requested $20.
The bank was made aware of the situation and as of Monday morning, the machine remains out of order.
The man posted about it on social media, which caused a crowd to rush the location to try to get some free extra cash, deputies said. Bank of America also says customers will be able to keep the additional dispensed money.
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