Emily Harris and her parents were shocked when officials stamped their daughter’s custom made passport for her toy unicorn which was given to the official by accident by Emily’s parents.
The border staff failed to recognise that the passport had been made with gold teddy bears on the the front.
Her Mother Nicky said: “I didn’t realise until I was putting the passports away. There was a moment of panic when I thought someone would come chasing after us, but nothing.
“The passport doesn’t even look real — it’s got gold teddy bears on the front and was a completely different size from mine and my husband, Allen’s.
“The man even asked Emily how old she was, and she told him nine, before he stamped it.”
The family only realised what had happened when they got out.
Nicky added: “The picture ID wasn’t even of Emily, it was of a pink unicorn.
“And to make it worse, the unicorn wasn’t even on holiday with us.
“We saw the funny side, and laughed at the fact that the officer had even stamped the fake id card.
“But at the same time, it’s a worry to any parent, how easy it would be to smuggle a child through customs and into another country.”