A guy is fighting to be able to keep his last name on his license plate


The concept of "grabbing" women was in the news quite a bit during the election, and not in a good way.

And that awful connotation of grabbing is bad news in a different way for a guy named Lorne Grabher in Nova Scotia, Canada.

His last name is spelled G-R-A-B-H-E-R and he's had a personalized license plate with his last name on it since 1991. 

But in December, he got a letter from the Registry of Motor Vehicles telling him it was being canceled. Their reason was, "People could misinterpret it as a socially unacceptable slogan."

He's fighting to try to keep the license plate. 


(CBC


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