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A Chinese millionaire said he withdrew $ 780,000 and asked bank staff to count the bills by hand after security guards were rude to him.

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A Chinese millionaire said he withdrew $ 780,000 and asked bank staff to count the bills by hand after security guards were rude to him.

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The Chinese millionaire said staff have to count their money in case they “default,” according to reports. Getty Images

  • A Chinese man said he withdrew his savings from a bank in Shanghai after a disagreement with security guards.

  • He said he withdrew about 5 million renminbi ($ 783,000) in banknotes and instructed staff to count the banknotes by hand.

  • It took a few bank managers over two hours to count his first withdrawal, he said.

A Chinese millionaire said he withdrew his savings and ordered staff at a Shanghai bank to hand-count his money after disagreeing with security officials.

The man, known only as “Sunwear,” wrote on the Weibo social media platform on October 16 that he had withdrawn about five million renminbi ($ 783,000) in banknotes from the bank. from Shanghai after receiving the “worst customer service”. He wrote that the security guards had a “terrible attitude”.

Sunwear said it had withdrawn as much as it could withdraw in a day, adding that it planned to withdraw the remainder of its “tens of millions” to transfer to other banks. It is not known if he returned to withdraw the rest of his money.

He also wrote that he had asked the bank to count his money by hand “in case it was not enough”. It took a few cashiers over two hours to count his money, he said.

The bank says the massive withdrawal is the result of a disagreement between the customer and a security guard over COVID-19 protocols. According to a statement from Bank of Shanghai, shared by Chinese outlet The Paper, Sunwear was not wearing a mask when approaching the branch. A security guard then ordered him to put one on, the statement said.

In a post from Weibo, Sunwear said he forgot to bring his mask and asked for a spare or a store where he could purchase one. He insisted he did not refuse to wear a mask and abided by COVID-19 rules.

Images of sunglasses with huge wads of cash and suitcases full of his savings have gone viral on social media.

Since sharing footage of his large withdrawals, LadBible has reported that Sunwear has increased its number of online subscribers to around 1.8 million people.

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