If this sounds like a Seinfeld episode, it's because it was.
A Canadian license plate review committee has rejected a man's request to personalize his license plate with his real name: "Assman" because it could be mistaken and cause an offense, according to a report.
Dave Assman, who lives in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan, said he had been denied his request before and doubted whether it would ever be given. 1
"[T] hat is not something that would be evident to other drivers who will awaken the record," McMurchy said.
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B out of rejection has not deterred Assman from changing his name as he said is derived from German and pronounced "US men", CBC reported.
CLICK HERE to get FOX NEWS APP  "It's my last name, I've always had it," he said. "I'm not ashamed of it. There's nothing bad about it."