This looks like an amusing story about sticking it to the banks. A bank files to foreclose on a house, except the homeowners never had a mortgage, let alone one to this bank. So they sue, and win, but the bank doesn't pay for months. Finally, their attorney shows up with the sheriff and forecloses on the bank.
Ironic, yes. But also a really, really, bad sign. If a private citizen tried to steal someone's house by filing fraudulent documents, they would go to jail, because that's a criminal act, not an "error." But that's not even the bad part. The bad part is this:
After about an hour of being locked out of the bank, the bank manager handed the attorney a check for the legal fees.
They ignored a legal settlement and court order for five months, but an hour after the attorney showed up with a man with a gun, they got paid.
Which leads to a non-funny cartoon: A guy goes into a bank with a gun and a withdrawal slip. When the security guard confronts him, he says, "It's OK, I have account here. I just want my money today."