A woman who "attempted to forge a vaccine passport" had her plan foiled when her poor spelling allegedly exposed her plan.
Chloe Mrozak, 24, has been accused of claiming to have been vaccinated with the "Maderna" jab on a fake card in order to get away on a quick sunny break.
The not-so-cunning woman was tracked down when officials discovered she had a distinctive tattoo about "fixing our eyes on what is unseen".
Chloe flew on a plane to Oahu in Hawaii for a holiday last Monday.
She had uploaded a vaccination document showing that she received her shot in Delaware, court documents say.
Unfortunately for the jetsetter, officials got a tip-off that the document had a misspelling of the word Moderna, reports CBS Chicago.
The papers allegedly added that her jabs were administered by "cpl wolf" and "ssgt montey" of the National Guard, hawaiinewsnow reports.
The aspiring model was able to enjoy her vacation after leaving the airport without confirming her hotel reservation with screeners.
She told authorities that she was staying in a Holiday Inn Express in Waikiki, but there was no reservation under her name.
Mrozak also allegedly left no return flight details as she tried to evade Hawaii’s Safe Travels program, which requires that travellers have proof of vaccination or a negative test.
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She was spotted due to her distinctive inking on her hip in Daniel K. Inouye International Airport five days later, Metro reports.
Her tattoo read: "So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen, since what is seen is temporary but what is unseen is eternal."
The young woman was arrested on suspicion of falsified vaccination documents but told the authorities that she paid her doctor for the vaccination shot, wave3.com reports.
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Cops were not able to find any evidence that she received a coronavirus vaccine in her medical records.
She is currently being held in a local correction facility after being unable to cough up $2,000 (£1,450) bail.
People have been poking fun at the 24-year-old on social media for her conniving actions, which can carry a fine of up to $5,000 (£3,625) and/or imprisonment of up to one year for each count.
One person wrote: "Maybe she will try to take the Jonestown & Jonestown vaccination next…"
Another said: "The best part is that this act of stupidity will persist on the Internet for years …. and will show up every time a potential employer does a search on her name."
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