Man Reports Missing Checks He Stole From Himself

Think balancing your checkbook is hard? Try sharing it with twenty-four other people…

    “Authorities say a 37-year-old Grand Junction man told them he misplaced his checkbook for sometime. When he found it, he says he discovered 12 checks were missing – and they might have been written without his permission.

    However, Sergeant Matt Lewis says the man is worried he might still be liable for them, because he has a multiple personality disorder – and fears one of his other 24 personalities might’ve used the checks.

    Lewis says the man was right to report the missing checks, and that authorities will keep in touch with him and his bank.”

My Alternate Personality Might Have Used Missing Checks” [9news] (Thanks to Brandon!)


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  1. Ben says:

    I bet this happens more often than we think.

  2. x23 says:

    i bet it will now that people see they can get away with it.

    1) it’s an entirely subjective diagnosis

    2) movies are not real

    3) a belief in widespread multiple pesonalities is on par with believing in widespread ritual satanic abuse… which was and is as phoney as a $3 bill.

    4) basically all the people that ever used it as an excuse can’t exactly now go back and say… ‘well… yeah… it was bullcrap.’ … that is if they even know anymore.

  3. Bubba Barney says:

    It’s highly useful at work or online.