If you're wondering, it's already closed.
Everyone's probably had the fantasy: you go to the ATM and withdraw $20, thinking you don't want to dip to far into your finances. But the machine has other ideas and dispenses thousands of dollars and you're made. This actually happened in Houston this week.
One Bank Of America ATM was dispensing $100 bills in lieu of $10 bills, leaving the ordinary citizens of Houston looking like Migos or Kodak Black on the red carpet (see above). As one would expect, word got out fast and people flocked to what began to be called the "magic ATM," trying to cash in on the glitch. For some reason, when the police found out about the miracle-machine, they brought in a technician to shut it down, instead of getting out their own debit cards. Some people just don't know where their bread is buttered.
The bank itself reinforced the shortsighted decision of the cops in a statement where they confirmed just how much of a drop in the bucket this was for them: "this was an incident at a single ATM in Houston caused when a vendor incorrectly loaded $100 bills in place of $10 bills. We have resolved the matter. Customers will be able to keep the additional money dispensed."