By kaailin - Australia - Magill
Today, I went to an ATM intending to withdraw $150. I approached the machine, inserted my card, typed in my pin and followed the prompts. When my card came out, I removed it, put it in my pocket and drove off. FML
kaailin tells us more :
Hi guys, OP here. To clarify, it wasn't a drive through ATM, I walked back to the car before the money came out. Also to those asking how I managed to do such a careless thing - I had just had a stressful day at work on the closing shift so my mind wasn't with it. I'm lucky I have a loving family that can support me until my next pay day. And I hope I just hope the money ended up in hands that needed it more than myself.
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  MrConcise  |  34

I'm evil? Bitch, I'd be the modern Robin Hood! If you can afford to drive through an ATM, I can feed all the hungry ants in the world with the honey I'll buy with your cash.

  brandoneyez1  |  25

I also did back whenSTM would swallow your card if it didn't get a response in a timely manner. I forgot to get the card back and left. Upon return minutes later I found the machine ate my card.

  dustydick  |  14

I agree. I left 300 in one once... I may or may not have been intoxicated. I called the banks and everything and about two weeks latter they put the money back in my account.

By  olpally  |  32

Way to go genius... wow. No words can explain this stupidity.

By  wildgenius  |  13

Karma will reward you greatly because the next person will be very happy. We know it wasn't an accident, you're just a very kind person and we all love you for it. Thank you OP

  19990231  |  29

She didn't do it on purpose, so it's not like she was doing a charitable act that karma will reward her for.

  Rawrshi  |  25

30 - You realize intentionally doing a kind act just for karma doesn't work since the very act of doing something just to get something in return is considered selfish?

  B1ackthesun  |  31

#25 I live where op does. I'd nerver seen or heard of a drive though ATM until I visited Phoenix Arizona last year. They kinda blew my mind as silly as it sounds. BUT I agree in few minutes good chance the cash has been snapped up.

  B1ackthesun  |  31

#53 like said I live in the exact same place as op. 'South Australia' May seem vauge to foreigners but trust me it's a whole state and our population would make most of the world laugh. Unless Adelaide (our capital) has very recently had some huge upgrades we do not have drive through ATM machines.