Unless the FDNY were attempting to contact DJ Unknown Asian, somebody made a serious mistake when they mailed out a letter to "unknown Asian" containing a $784.40 bill for an ambulance ride.

According to the Post, the bill was sent to someone at The New School’s 2 W. 13th St. building on Tuesday. “I hesitated to open it but then I was like, ‘Well, I could be an unknown Asian,’” said Christine Ahn, 29, who works in the dean’s office at Parsons The New School for Design. The bill is for a Nov. 1, 2013 emergency in which the patient was transported from an Associated Supermarket on 14th Street to Beth Israel Medical Center on First Avenue.

"When I saw it said ';unknown Asian,' I thought it was racist," said fellow office assistant Chris Rivera. "I showed it to Christine and her supervisor—both of whom happen to be Asian—and Christine thought it was sort of disrespectful and rude."

An FDNY source explained how the nomenclature came to be: someone was transported by EMS that day for a "drug or intoxication" issue, but could not be identified by name: "A person accompanying them said the patient lived in a New School dorm so the EMS workers filled out the form with 'unknown' for the first name and 'Asian' for the last name, the source said."

The FDNY is now trying to avoid any such clerical errors happening in the future by not letting any bills be processed that have "unknown" in the name. The FDNY was previously sued for racial discrimination by a firefighter of Vietnamese descent a few months ago; they were also unsuccessfully sued by the Vulcan Society of black firefighters over racial practices in hiring.