People In Georgia Are Taking Their Drivers License Photos Naked
The Georgia Department of Driver Services has issued a reminder to residents to "keep things classy" when taking selfies for their new digital driver's licenses and IDs.
In a Facebook post, the department requested that residents ensure they are "keeping clothes on" while taking their pictures.
This reminder comes as the state launches its new digital licenses and IDs, which allow users to leave their physical copies in their wallets when passing through TSA checkpoints. With the rise of digital technology, Georgia residents can now easily obtain their driver's licenses and IDs through the convenience of their mobile devices.
Why Are They Posting This Reminder?
It seems that some residents have taken this convenience a little too far. While the DDS did not confirm whether the reminder was prompted by a recent incident, they urged everyone to raise their "virtual glasses" to technology and keep things classy.
Here Is What The Post Said
"Attention, lovely people of the digital era! Please take pictures with your clothes on when submitting them for your Digital Driver’s License and IDs. Let's raise our virtual glasses and toast to the future. Cheers to technology and keeping things classy!"
In a world where oversharing and inappropriate selfies seem to be the norm, the Georgia DDS's reminder serves as a necessary nudge for everyone to think twice before hitting that snap button. So, next time you go to take a picture for your digital license or ID, make sure to keep it PG and keep your clothes on. After all, we want to raise a toast to the future of technology and keeping things classy. Cheers!