An American receives her driver's license with a picture of an empty chairAug 132020
The curious situation was the result of a human error committed by a worker from the US Department of Motor Vehicles.
Jade Dodd, an American woman living in the state of Tennessee, was very surprised to receive her new driver's license with the photograph of an empty chair instead of an image of her face, according to local media.
Due to the sanitary restrictions imposed by the coronavirus pandemic, Dodd processed the renewal of his license to drive through the Internet, so the last photo of the young woman registered in the system of the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) was used in your document.
However, the image corresponds to an empty chair as a result of a mistake made by one of the DMV employees during Dodd's last visit to the department, they said from the state Department of Homeland Security.
"The DMV worker didn't believe me when I said, 'Hey, I need my license corrected.' So, she looked at the system and said, 'Oh, I need my manager for this,'" Dodd said.
Likewise, the young woman says she does not feel angry about the incident, and assures that she has taken with humor all the jokes that her co-workers, including her boss, have played on her based on her unusual document.
For its part, the state Department of Homeland Security assured that as soon as they were informed of the situation, they provided Dodd with a new license with the correct image.