The Minnesota Department of Public Safety is revoking 39 custom license plates that have been deemed inappropriate.
State officials decided to review all vanity plates after a photo of one Minnesota plate that said "FMUSLMS" started circling social media.
The plate – which was spotted in St. Cloud – has since been revoked. And after looking through nearly 100,000 custom plates, the department flagged 51 that could be considered offensive or obscene.
Of those 51 plates, 39 are being revoked.
State law says that “no words or combination of letters placed on these plates may be used for commercial advertising, be of an obscene, indecent, or immoral nature, or be of a nature that would offend public morals or decency.”
Here are some of the revoked plates (WCCO has the full list):