What would actually be better here, IMO, is to find out _how_ this
happened. That is, is this a pathological case for a DNS server we
ought to care about.
A bit of experimenting with BIND and reading the zone file syntax
in rfc1035 can explain what probably happened. All entries below are
syntactically correct as far as the zone syntax and DNS is concerned.
right._domainkey TXT ("k=rsa; p=MIG"
wrong._domainkey TXT "k=rsa; p=MIG\
wrong2._domainkey TXT "k=rsa; p=MIG\013\010MAG0udE82Yzb7xLv4QnQIDAQAB"
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