While we all sit here staring at our screens, one intriguing story of a father is making enough rounds on the internet to be called ‘hell viral’.
It all started when 56-year-old Benjamin Urbina from Mexico decided he wanted to get a bank account opened in Wells Fargo as he was having some issues with his bank- Bank of America.
Wells Fargo asked him if he wanted his picture to be on the credit card, to which he said yes.
Unfortunately, he didn’t sign up for what he got. His 21-year-old daughter Sandra explained the situation:
“When they gave him his new card he was shocked, like ‘WHAT IS THIS??’ It just wasn’t what he expected at all. My mum burst out laughing at his card that had his face all over it. When I got home from school my mum was eager to tell me the funny mishap. She was like ‘SANDRA! SANDRA! COME LOOK! I then told my dad to show me it and he pulled out his card and showed me and between the laughter my mum tried to tell me the story and then we both burst out laughing even more. My poor dad was just like ‘alright, alright’.”
His Bank of America credit card looks something like this.
“So my dad got a new credit card and they asked him if he wanted a picture on it so he thought it was gonna be a tiny picture of him like the previous card he had so he sent them a picture of him and then… HE PLAYED HIMSELF BRUH!”
To be fair, his older bank put his passport size picture on the card in a very different manner.
But to his shock, his new card now has his face stretched and zoomed as the background. Sandra put up the whole incident on twitter along with the pictures and it spread like a wildfire.
Sandra says, “As the numbers kept increasing I was like ‘wow that’s cool!’ I’ve never really gotten that many likes, if anything maybe 12 on a normal tweet like that. We never expected it to go THAT VIRAL! Some well known Instagram accounts dedicated to memes even reposted my tweet and some Facebook Mexican vines page also did.”