A worker in Australia has been paid more than 100 times their normal salary because of a decimal point in the wrong place.
The worker was meant to get a salary of A$4,921.76 but instead found A$492,176 (NZ$537,000) in their account.
The mistake was reported by the territory’s auditor-general who put it down to human error.
The honest worker didn’t spend any of the extra money and returned it four weeks later.
He would have returned it earlier but he was based in a remote area of the Northern Territory and had to travel to a bank.
Hmmmm…….. what would you do?