This year, the chair of ICALP decided to play an April Fool’s prank three weeks early, and I received the following message:
“Dear author, we regret to inform you that the margins in your submission are too small, and hence we are rejecting it without review”
I was almost fooled. In my defense, the second time that I applied for a position in Italy, the hiring committee judged all my publications to be non-existent, because the (multiple) copies I had sent them had not been authenticated by a notary. So I am trained not to consider it too strange that a paper could be evaluated based on the width of its margins (or the stamps on its pages) rather than on the content of its theorem.