How to avoid a $100 bill accidentally during your hotel stay
It’s not the first time this has happened, but it is the second.
The first was a $50 bill, but instead of being defaced with a logo, it was replaced with a red-and-black arrow.
The new incident was caused by a guest at the Capulelli Resort Hotel in Biloxi, Mississippi.
The hotel did not want to lose its guests to a bill that had the word “capsule” scrawled across it, so the staff had the guests call the hotel in order to get a refund.
The staff immediately went to the hotel to get the bill removed, but the hotel was not able to get it removed until after the guests had left the hotel.
The owner of the Capulet Hotel said the hotel staff did not call the police and did not have the proper documentation to get rid of the bill.
The Capulellis owners claim the hotel did have enough documentation to remove the bill, and did so.
The Capulellais owners filed a complaint with the state’s attorney general’s office, claiming that the hotel failed to have proper documentation, and that the Capula Hotel failed to pay the hotel a refund because of it.