Epic Fail: Florida Man Tries DIY Grand Theft Auto
But according to Newser, 'purchased' isn't quite the correct term to describe the transaction.
That's because the cashier's check for $139,203.05 bounced. The car was reported stolen.
Kelley was arrested Wednesday, and he told authorities that the check hadn't actually come from a bank, but was simply printed off of his home computer.
Before he was nabbed, Kelley made one other stop. He presented another phony check, in the amount of $61,521, to pay for three Rolex watches.
However, the Miramar Beach jeweler held onto the watches to make sure the check cleared first. It didn't.