For two whole minutes, a Pennsylvania man was the richest man in the world.
Richer even than Carlos Slim, the Mexican tycoon, who's estimated by Forbes to be worth $73 billion.
Chris Reynolds, a public relations executive, told the Los Angeles Times on Wednesday that when he checked his email Saturday, he saw his PayPal statement was ready.
Upon opening his statement, Reynolds saw an incredible figure next to the balance line:
That's $92.2 quadrillion, or roughly 5,500 times the country's national debt, which stands at about $16.7 trillion.
"I was skeptical," Reynolds said. "And my skepticism was validated within two minutes."
When he logged into his PayPal account, he saw his balance was $0.
He decided to have some fun, though, and posted a screen grab on Facebook of his electronic statement showing the outrageous sum.