A Chinese man had borrowed $9,600 from creditors for his business. Upon returning home from work, he discovered that his young son had found the stash and had run the entire lot through his paper shredder. No problem; he’d take it to the bank and exchange it for new notes… except that they refused, because the money was in such a ‘deteriorated state’. Like a big jigsaw puzzle, he’s not trying to tape the money back together so that the bank will accept it.
You are the Big Broadcast Judge & Jury… what’s your verdict? Should the bank force him to reassemble the money, or should they have taken it as-is?