ROME, Ga., March 1 (UPI) -- A movie theater in rural Rome, Ga., reports only one person has balked at its tickets to "The Passion of the Christ," which carry a code of 666.
The computer that prints tickets at the Movies at Berry Square theater randomly assigned 666 -- the biblical mark of the beast -- as a prefix for "The Passion of Christ" tickets, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.
"It's from our computer and it's absolutely a coincidence," theater owner Gary Smith told the newspaper. "Several people have commented on it, but only one made a stink about it."
The customer who asked for different tickets was given passes instead, which are not marked with the 666.