Central Bank Red Faced Over Money Error
It has emerged that coins and notes, released for use by the Central Bank of Ireland contain an error which may lead people into thinking that they are using an actual functioning currency.
The coins and notes, which feature the symbol “€” are believed to have fooled consumers into thinking that they were using actual money. The error has been traced to the Parker Bros. factory where a batch of play cash “just got out if hand” according to a Central Bank spokesarse.
1 euro coins valued at -£340 are available to Irish consumers at €30,000 each.