This story leaves us wondering how many piggy banks he needed to protect all that money.
For some reason, a car buyer decided he wanted to pay for a new car with four tonnes of coins.
It took a lorry to drop off the payment of 680,000 coins, including 660,000 coins worth 1 yuan (0.1p), at a dealership in Liaoning province, east China.
It took an hour for 10 workers at the car dealership just to empty the 1,320 bundles of coins from the van, let alone count the money.
There’s now a problem with banking. The dealership either faces paying charges to put the money into a bank or it could just pay its workers using the bundles of cash. Not exactly practical.