• May 15th 2014 at 2:21PM
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A man in China tried to buy a car with coins, but didn't have the patience to wait around while they were counted. The car buyer arrived at the dealership with five tons of coins in the back of his car, according to the Today Show. He had the entire cost of the car, 100,000 yuan or $16,000, in one-yuan coins, but he only handed over 50,000 yuan, saying he'd put the rest on his bank card and use the leftover coins at another car dealership, ECNS.cn reported.

Every employee at the dealership was called in to help count the coins. The customer took a nap and watched movies before he became impatient and paid for the rest of the car on his card. The dealership is now depositing the money, 2,000 yuan at a time.

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