Australia's $50 note misspells responsibility
Australia's newest $50 note has a typo in the small print.
The Reserve Bank Of Australia (RBA) spelled responsibility as 'responsibilty' on millions of the new $50 notes.
The RBA confirmed the typo on Thursday and said the error would be fixed in future print runs.
They will not be recalling the notes, so over 46 million notes will forever have the typo printed on them.
How long did it take to find the error?
The notes were released late last year and it has taken over 6 months for someone to find the typo (with a magnifying glass).
The $50 note is the most widely circulated in Australia, and the most common note given out by cash machines across the country.
When the latest 'batch' was printed in October, new security features had been added to the design to prevent counterfeiting.
who is on the $50 note?
One side of the note has the face of Edith Cowan as she was the first female member of the Australian parliament.
On the other side, David Unaipon is featured as he is an Indigenous author.