Canadian man denied license plate of his last name rebels

A Canadian man has taken his unique name  to viral fame due to the province of Saskatchewan refusing to let him put it on a license plate. David Assman (pronounced Oss-man) was denied by local authorities to have his name on the license plate of his truck, so he just had a larger ‘mock’ version emblazoned across the back of his vehicle. The story has kicked a lot of butt online recently with pictures of the rear-end focused pun being shared thousands of times on social media.

Writing about the tiff on his Facebook, Assman said the following:

I know there are a few people out there that are wondering why I’m making such a big deal about getting denied my last name as my license plate !

The reason SGI gave me for denying it was because someone may find it offensive.

As I told one reporter there are too many snowflakes out there that get their feelings hurt about nothing!

People need to learn to suck it up once in awhile, just because you don’t like or feel something is inappropriate, you don’t have to make a big deal about it !

If it isn’t illegal or going to harm someone mind your own business and carry on with your own life!”