I understand that $100 bills might be a rare sight in a Walmart, but employees of a Walmart in San Antonio ripped up 2 of a woman's $100 bills right in front of her because they suspected they were fake. AFTER they ripped up the bills they decided to use the counterfeit pen thing and it showed they were real. The woman walked into the store and tried to pay with a $100 bill. The employee said it was fake and ripped it up and then used the pen on it which showed it to be real. The customer pointed that out to her. The employee called the manager and the woman showed her the torn $100 bill and one that she had in her hand. The manager took the bill from her hand and ripped it up. The manager then held the woman for using fake money and called the police and had the woman stand at the front of the store and customers were told she had used fake money. The police came after a several hour wait and realized the money was real. The manager then tried to apologize and give the torn money back to the woman. She is suing for $75,000. I hope she wins and she should have sued for more.