A defendant in a court case had to spend the weekend in prison as the RBS computer failure prevented his bail money being transferred.
The unnamed man was granted bail at Canterbury Crown Court in Kent on Friday on condition that a surety was paid before his release.
However the IT problem, which has also affected customers at NatWest and Ulster Bank, meant the defendant had to stay in a cell.
HM Courts and Tribunals Service said he was released yesterday morning.
A statement issued by HM Courts and Tribunals Service said: "Defendants are released on bail once confirmation of the receipt of bail is received. We are aware of only two cases where there was a banking issue."
Yesterday, RBS chief executive Stephen Hester reassured customers that a "corner has been turned" in dealing with the computer problem, adding that senior executives would face "proper accountability" following the fiasco.