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Manchester Man Doesn't Quite Love His Adolf Hitler Passport Photo

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | June 10, 2016

Manchester Man Doesn't Quite Love His Adolf Hitler Passport Photo

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Forget what you thought you knew about bad passport photos, because we may have found a winner.

The Manchester Evening News recently reported on poor ol’ Stuart Boyd who was unfortunate enough to receive a passport photo that made him look like Adolf Hitler.

Yes, that Hitler.

We understand that many of you think you look chubby in your picture. Some think their face might be too light or too dark for their liking. Perhaps the process has made it seem like there is something on your face.

Well you can take all of your concerns and stuff them, because Boyd has a serious gripe about his photo.

The report states that he received his passport a week after order, which is the truly astonishing part of this report.

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Boyd tells the publication: “I was really angry when I saw it. I was distraught, really. I just thought, ‘Oh, for God’s sake, I have to have this for 10 years and they can’t even get it right.' I wasn’t really sure of the process of how to change it so I posted a picture of it on Facebook.”

As you’d imagine, Boyd’s dismay was met with complete and utter humor by his Facebook friends.

And to prove the people taking care of the passport needs of Salford aren’t just the best, Boyd was able to get a replacement.

Boyd continues on his experience calling the passport office after seeing the above image: “To be fair the woman was very pleasant and helpful. She said they obviously didn’t intentionally make me look like Adolf Hitler and told me to send it back so they can issue a new one.”

You get a passport in a week and they will replace it if you look like Hitler. Sounds like Manchester is doing things quite well.

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