Pictured is the customized credit card delivered to David Mackie, a 35-year-old salesman from Oklahoma who had the simple dream of wanting to see Nick Nolte's mugshot every time he paid for something with plastic.
A few days later, The Smoking Gun reports, the bank called to explain the card violated "image upload guidelines," and requested its return, for which he'd be gifted with an appreciatory "$50 customer goodwill statement credit." Luckily, however, Mackie preserved evidence of his auspicious efforts for posterity. It's fun for us, but a pale consolation prize for the man who dreamed of responding to merchants queries of "credit or debit?" with a satisfied, "Neither. Put it on my Nolte."