The manufacturer of the Belgium electronic identification cards Zetes has goofed up, embedding the wrong chip in it least two of the cards.
The error was discovered when 25-year-old Pam Helssen tried to check into a camping site in Spain, where she was told that: "According to your card, you're a boy," she was quoted saying in the Gazet van Antwerpen.
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