Danvers Mass Library No Chuck E Cheese Tokens Fine Payments

<blockquote>Someone, however, thought it was worth a try. Sue Kontos, the bookkeeper at the Peabody Institute Library of Danvers, wound up tallying three Chuck E. Cheese's tokens and one Bonkers token while counting coins the other day before she realized they weren't real currency. "Somehow, their coins turned up in the rest of the cash," Kontos said. The library accepts cash for overdue books, printing and fines for lost books — but not tokens. "Everyone got a laugh out of it," she said.</blockquote> From <a href="http://www.salemnews.com/news/local_news/patron-tries-to-pay-fines-with-arcade-tokens-instead-of/article_03009ba1-23fc-5a75-b192-ad2d6b339536.html">Patron tries to pay fines with arcade tokens instead of cash | Local News | salemnews.com</a>

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