I found a Yu Gi Oh (Yugio) Thai money note. What is it?

I was walking down the street today here in Chiang Mai Thailand, and spotted what looked like a 1000 Baht Thai bill. It would be worth around $30.00 US dollars, so I picked it up. However instead of a picture of the king on it there is a picture of a Yugioh character. Has anyone else ever seen one of these or tell me what it is? I doubt it’s worth anything, but I am curious. I’ll probably just give it to one of the Thai kids downstairs. Thanks for any and all responses.
I have uploaded a picture of the bogus Thai bill.


and also one of what the real bill looks like.


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2 Comments for “I found a Yu Gi Oh (Yugio) Thai money note. What is it?”

  1. It’s probably either fake money or a fake card as Thailand has a lot if fake cards and stuff

  2. Oooo now I’m all curious… would you mind taking a picture of it for me? It sounds cool to me, lol.

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