Cockney cash machine

Cockney cash machine

What a superb idea. Withdrawing money is not nice at the best of times, so it helps to be laughing when you're doing it.

A cash machine in the UK is offering customers the choice to withdraw money in English or a local London dialect known as Cockney Rhyming Slang.

The ATM in Leytonstone, east London, offers users the chance to withdraw some Sausage & Mash - which is known as cash - and they can also check their Charlie Sheen (screen balance).

The machine also offers a Lady Godiva (£5), Speckled Hen (£10), Commodore (£15), Horn of Plenty (£20), Pony (£25), Dirty (£30), Double Top (£40) or a Nifty (£50).

An impressed customer said: "What a superb idea. Withdrawing money is not nice at the best of times, so it helps to be laughing when you're doing it."


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