First Look: ANZ Rolls Out Rhinestone-Studded 'GAYTMS' for Mardi Gras

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Australian bank ANZ introduced something unexpected late Friday: ten ATMs converted into "GAYTMs," decorated with rainbows, unicorns and rhinestones. The ATMs also print rainbow-colored receipts.

The initiative is part of ANZ's work as a principal partner of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.

Below is a YouTube video highlighting the bank's ATMs:

And here's a video on the ATM's makeovers:

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