A man in Nova Scotia named Lorne Grabher is upset that the Nova Scotia Registry of Motor Vehicle is not allowing him to have "GRABHER" as a license plate. According to the Huffington Post, "Grabher got a letter in December informing him the plate would be canceled because people could 'misinterpret it as a socially unacceptable slogan.'”
Grabher is now accusing the government of “discriminating” against his name. He also said that no one has ever complained to him about the plate.
This license plate has created a man vs. government situation. Lorne Grabher is fighting to get his personalized NS plate back on his car. pic.twitter.com/7HdMkcasM7— Kelland Sundahl (@KSundahlCTV) March 23, 2017