Former Navy Admiral 'Captain Clumsy' Caught Trying to Bribe Tech CEOs with Monopoly Money for $500,000 Salary

In a shocking turn of events, former Navy Admiral, known colloquially as 'Captain Clumsy', was caught red-handed attempting to bribe tech CEOs with Monopoly money in exchange for a hefty $500,000 salary. The incident, which took place at a high-profile industry conference, left many scratching their heads in disbelief.

Witnesses reported seeing the bumbling ex-admiral fumbling with a stack of colorful Monopoly bills, insisting that they were worth their weight in gold. "I've been in the Navy for years, I know the value of a good deal," he was overheard saying, as he tried to pass off the fake currency as legitimate payment.

Unsurprisingly, the tech CEOs were less than impressed with 'Captain Clumsy's' offer. One CEO, who wished to remain anonymous, quipped, "I've seen some creative attempts at bribery in my time, but this one takes the cake. I guess he thought we were playing a real-life game of Monopoly."

When confronted by security and asked to explain his actions, the former admiral reportedly tried to make a run for it, tripping over his own feet in the process. The scene was described as comical yet pitiful, with onlookers struggling to contain their laughter.

As news of the incident spread, social media was quick to jump on the story, with memes and jokes circulating at 'Captain Clumsy's' expense. Some even suggested that he should stick to navigating the high seas, as his land-based bribery skills left much to be desired.

While the outcome of 'Captain Clumsy's' ill-fated bribery attempt remains to be seen, one thing is for certain - the tech world is not a place where Monopoly money holds any sway. Perhaps it's time for the former admiral to retire his clumsy antics and set sail for calmer waters.