If you're concerned that banking has become too impersonal -- you should consider Merrill Lynch.
In a lawsuit, San Francisco Giants catcher Benjamin "Bengie" Molina's ex- wife alleges that Bengie conspired with a Merrill Lynch bankers to knowingly transfer funds, property and assets to his, ahem, mistress.
Josefa Molina is seeking a whopping 6 mil from her ex-husband and Merrill Lynch, claiming funds were transfered without her permission.
Normally people can't even get a live person on the phone, and this guy's banker funds his two-timing floozy? Hopefully he used overdraft protection.