A pet plate reader has received a “no” from a driver who questioned her decision to scan her plate for the dog she’s adopted.
The woman told ABC News she had asked her driver if she should scan the dog’s licence plate.
The driver, who asked not to be named, said she had to answer the question.
“The dog does not have my name on it,” she said.
“You need to go back to the driver’s licence office.
They’re not going to give you the answer that they’re not allowed to give.”
The woman said she was then given a warning by the driver, saying: “If you scan it, we’re going to come back.”
“I was just stunned,” she told the ABC.
“I mean, I was shocked.”
The driver was asked to leave the area, and did not return for several hours.
The ABC has contacted the Oklahoma Department of Transportation for comment.
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