8800 Penny Prank Takes Paying In Cash To Extremes

What do you do with your pennies? Consumer Reports suggests saving them and depositing them in your bank, or exchanging them for a full-value gift certificate in a Coinstar machine. But Jordan had a much better idea. He tried to use them to pay the impound fee after his car was towed. Video inside. Remember: it’s not a real prank until the cops show up.

8800 Penny Prank Video [Break.com] (Some language NSFW)
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