Due to a United States Postal Service gaffe, a stamp intended to commemorate New York City's Statue of Liberty features a picture of a Las Vegas replica instead.
Though the stamp was supposed to show the real Lady Liberty, the "forever" stamp uses a photograph of a half-sized, 14-year-old rip-off at the New York-New York casino in Nevada, The New York Times reports.
But the post office isn't going to return this stamp to sender, choosing instead to keep it in circulation.
"We still love the stamp design and would have selected this photograph anyway," USPS spokesman Roy Betts told the paper.
The decision might irk some New Yorkers, but a spokesman for the New York-New York casino says the post office has the liberty to honor Lady Liberty however it likes.
"Everyone thought the post office was honoring just one great American institution when in reality they were honoring two -- the Statue of Liberty and Las Vegas," said MGM Resorts International spokesman Gordon Absher.
Read more at The New York Times.
Make your life more weird! Follow AOL Weird News on Facebook and Twitter