The Chinese said he withdrew his savings from a Shanghai bank after a disagreement with security guards.
He said he had raised about 5 million renminbi ($ 783,000) in banknotes and asked staff to count the banknotes manually.
According to him, a few bank managers took more than two hours to count his first withdrawal.
A Chinese millionaire he said he withdrew his savings and ordered Shanghai bank staff to count the money on his hand after arguing with security guards.
A man known only as “Sunwear”, wrote on the social networking platform Weibo On October 16, he withdrew about five million renminbi ($ 783,000) in banknotes from Shanghai Bank after receiving “worst customer service.” He wrote that the security guards had a “terrible relationship”.
Sunwear said it took the most it could raise in one day, adding that it intends to take the rest of its “ten million” to transfer to other banks. It is unclear whether he returned to raise the rest of the money.
He also wrote that he asked the bank to count the cash on hand, “in case there was a shortage”. It took several bank cashiers more than two hours to count his money, he said.
The bank says the mass withdrawal is due to a disagreement between the client and the security guard over the COVID-19 protocols. According to a statement from the Bank of Shanghai shared by the Chinese media Paper, Sunwear did not have a mask as he approached the branch. The security guard then ordered him to put it on, the statement said.
V subsequent publication in Weibo, Sunwear said he forgot to bring his mask, and asked for a spare or store where he could buy it. He insisted that he did not refuse to wear a mask and complied with the rules of COVID-19.
Images of Sunwear with huge piles of money and suitcases full of his savings have gone viral on social media.
Ever since he shared pictures of his voluminous withdrawals, LadBible reports that Sunwear has increased its online monitoring to about 1.8 million people.
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