Two newlyweds in Illinois are complaining that the marriage licenses they received from the Peoria County Clerk's office are not worth the $27 they paid.
Courtesy of a thick black marker, the official license bore three lines (and not very neat ones) obliterating the name of the former clerk. Next to those blots is the stamped signature of current clerk Steve Sonnemaker.
The keepsake license, featuring script lettering inside a wide heart, is fouled by a black line obscuring the former clerk's name. Staci, like many brides, had planned to display the fancy document at home.
"I'm not going to put it out," she now says, scrunching up her face. [Link]