A group of seven people in Illinois and Texas have been charged with stealing millions in coronavirus relief money - and wait till you hear what they spent it on. Federal authorities say the group pulled the scam by submitting fake loan applications through the federal Payroll Protection Program, a government program meant to help small businesses during the pandemic. They then cashed fake paychecks at a check-cashing business owned by one of the suspects - including at least one check made out to the suspect's 86-year-old mother. Feds say they scammed over $16 million and spent it on high-priced items like a Lamborghini, a Porsche, and an upscale Houston property. Who would try to steal money meant to help pandemic victims? Did they really think no one would notice them driving a Lambo?