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You’ve no doubt heard of the game of Finder’s Keepers, right? Well, one Pennsylvania couple managed to learn the hard way that the game actually has consequences.

According to WNEP, 36-year-old Robert Williams and his 35-year-old wife Tiffany were arrested and charged with theft after police say the couple accidentally received $120,000 from their bank … and decided to go on a spending spree.

In a two-week period from June 3 to June 19, the pair bought SUVs, two four-wheelers, a camper, paid off their bills, repaired their cars and even gave $15,000 to friends who were dealing with money issues.

The bank attempted to contact the Williams family after they returned the $120,000 to the rightful owner and decided to hand out $107,000 in overdraft fees for the couple. The Williams said they would work out a payment plan … but according to court documents, they had stopped calling the bank back altogether, leading to their arrest.

The pair were released on $25,000 bond and are now facing felony theft charges.

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