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Man at Lincoln strip club busted with counterfeit money, police say
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Man at Lincoln strip club busted with counterfeit money, police say

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A Rising City man tried to pay for an hourlong private dance at a Lincoln strip club with counterfeit $100 bills last week, a police spokeswoman said.

An employee at The Foxy Gentleman's Club, 1823 O St., called police just before 11 p.m. March 28 after becoming suspicious of the bills, Officer Angela Sands said.

The employee tested them with a marker, which indicated they were fake bills, then noticed they had "for motion picture use only" printed on them, Sands said.

Officers arrested the 41-year-old man and found five more counterfeit bills in his pants and 10 fake bills in his shoe.

He was taken to jail on suspicion of theft by deception.

 

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