Man Has His License Plates Revoked by the DMV After They Find THIS ‘Hidden Message’

Man Has His License Plates Revoked by the DMV After They Find THIS ‘Hidden Message’

Last month, I wrote a post about a man having his license plate taken away after having it for 25 yrs. His name was on the plate but the transportation department says it could be considered ‘offensive’ to some… NOW I find this garbage happening in Texas!

From Who TV:

He’s had it for three years. Now, a Texas driver is being told to hand over his license plate, or it will be suspended. The state has deemed the plate unacceptable.

There are more than 120,000 personalized license plates available in Texas. Safeer Hasaan has had one on his Lamborghini for the last three years, according to KPRC. It reads, “370h55V.”

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The problem is the state says this puzzling alpha-numeric jumble is no longer acceptable. They told him, “It has been determined that the personalization is offensive.”

Haven’t figured it out why this plate could be considered offensive? How about when we flip it over? You’re now looking at a blurred out cuss word, and it took the state some time to reach the conclusion.

Here’s the rule for revocation: “Would it invoke a response from other drivers that would be driving past that vehicle.”


It spells A$$HOLE if you turn it upside down… which I think is silly but I would be more concerned about the drivers on the road reading upside down than this guys license plate. DMV has more time on their hands to sit around and complain of things of no matter than they have common sense!

As the story goes, a local Canadian government withdrew a man’s personalized vehicle license plate, saying Lorne Grabher’s surname is offensive to women when viewed on his car bumper. This is no joke folks! The PC crowd has gone waaaaaay too far on this one.

Mr. Grabher explained that he’s had personalized plates for decades. He put his last name on one as a gift for his late father’s birthday. But now he says the province’s refusal to renew the plate late last year is unfair. He feels that the Novia Scotia government is discriminating against him because of his last name.

Here’s the plates and letter he received:

Here was the letter Mr. Grabher received from his local Transport Department…

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