Picture this: you order pizza, take delivery, and order another to go. You then rent a car, pick up that car, and drive it up to your house, where you finally open it up to find a few smelly stains (also, that pizza’s still there in your lap while you watch MSNBC’s Coverage of Charlie Rose and Ronan Farrow’s Explosive Report, because gave that report the side eye). Well that’s essentially what happened to a woman who tried to have the naked butthole she had accidentally left on a rental car rental receipt delivered to her house. It wasn’t her house she was applying for. She had brought it into the actual name and address of Facebook, which handed it off to some two-bit Vegas based law firm called Vickery Garvey. They had no idea it was a woman’s butthole.

After all this time, the firm sent her a letter stating, “After careful consideration of your client’s request, and the attendant issues, we do not believe that we have jurisdiction to issue a motion.” Again, I don’t know about you, but I’m not going to dispute either of those statements.

According to Motherboard, the woman (a French woman) is understandably upset, but wisely seems to know what’s going on. What’s also understandable is that it’s disgusting, and even if it wasn’t, it would be shocking to find out that a company’s HR department passed an employee’s butthole off for a $10,000 settlement on the mistaken belief that it belonged to “prostitute.”

What’s even more disgusting is that the lady is going through the whole PR thing by herself. After all that, I’m sure you’re at least a little tired of hearing “wanker” and “idiot” and “utopian.”

Anyway, the only good thing to come out of this news is that you can’t be fired for accidentally leaving an butthole on a company rental receipt.