An article on the website of a U.S. air base in southern Turkey's İncirlik district warns personnel to be careful about fake dollars thrown around at Turkish wedding parties. The warning urged troops against $1 bills used as change "in various places both on and off base," and called on military personnel to check their money to ensure they received real bills. The tradition of throwing bills over the marrying couple while they dance and the wedding band during parties is common in Turkey. The smallest Turkish bill is TL 5 while fake dollars are sold for about TL 2, making them popular among wedding organizers. Selling fake bills is not illegal as long as they have "invalid" printed on them.
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