This license plate is banned in Sweden - can you see why?

 
This license plate is banned in Sweden - can you see why?
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A Swede applied to use 3JOH22A as combination for his licence plate, but his request was promptly denied.

At first glance it looks like a completely random set of letters and numbers.

However there is a special reason why the traffic agency in Sweden declined the special combination of numbers and letters when a man from Varberg Municipality in Sweden applied to use it.

Because if you see the license plate in the rearview mirror, it has an unmistakable message.

- This composition may be offensive, according to the reasoning by the authorities, according to SVT.

Also other forms of combinations that refer to alcohol, drugs, sex, prejudice, religion or crime will not be approved.

All license plates are mirrored before being approved.

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