It had to be said.
The Georgia Department of Driver Services sent out a fun reminder to those taking selfies for their digital IDs.
Apparently the good people who work for the state of Georgia receive inappropriate photos of those applying for their driver’s license, passport or ID card.
Yes, some submit photos of themselves with no clothes on, and those who work for the Georgia Department of Driver Services have seen enough.
Because of this, they remind people to “keep things classy”.
In its reminder of those who submitted their own photos, the department said: “Please take photos with your clothing when submitting it for your digital driver’s license and identity cards.”
I don’t know why anyone would think it appropriate to send in photos like this for a legal document, but some are and here is the memory shared on social media.
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