There’s getting something you didn’t order in the mail and then there’s getting illegal blue scorpion venom instead of a hat.

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Meagan Day, an employee of the website Jacobin Mag, shared an amusing Amazon order mix-up for the ages. What she actually ordered was a white felt sauna hat that says “oligarch” on it in Russian, which, admittedly, is a pretty particular thing to order.

She explained that by saying it was a joke among her and friends.

“BOY DO I HAVE A STORY FOR YOU. I tried to order some felt sauna hats that say “oligarch” on them from an Amazon seller named RussianBear, for me and my friends who like to sauna, like as a joke (though I actually really wanted one),” she said.

What she got in the mail a month later was definitely not a hat.

“A month later I got a package from Ukraine containing only a contraband Cuban cancer drug made from blue scorpion venom. That’s it. That’s my story,” she tweeted.

Day said the hilarious mistake — was it really a mistake? — caused her to “malfunction” for at least an hour.

She just wanted to be stylish and now she’s, in her words, “an illegal venom owner.”

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Needless to say, Meagan Day was not the only person to find humor in this.

A few also started sharing their own weird stories about getting things they didn’t order.

If you’ve also got some weird stories like this we’d love to hear them.

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