Woman fights for the right to wear a colander on her head in her drivers license photo, and wins

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Woman Wins Right To Wear Colander In Driver's License Picture


Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles has granted one woman the right to wear a colander on her head for her drivers license photo.

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Lindsay Miller practices at the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, which, according to their website, is a secular religion that believes the existence of a "spaghetti monster" to be just as possible as the existence of God. Those who practice the religion are known as Pastafarians, but they want to assure you, the religion is 100% real.




When the RMV initially denied Miller's request to take her drivers license photo with a colander on her head, she enlisted the help of the American Humanist Association's Appignani Humanist Legal Center's attorneys to file an appeal and was scheduled to attend an appeal in October about the matter.



However, luckily for Miller, the appeal was postponed and the RMV has decided to let her wear the spaghetti strainer in her photo.

Miller told MyFOXBoston that she is very happy with the RMV's decision and hopes that her fight for justice encourages other Pastafarians to do the same.



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