The driver’s license picture is the worst, but a woman in Tennessee smiled after leaving a picture of an empty chair in a clerical error. “I’m with my mother, we are going to have lunch, and I said,’You need to look at it, it’s not right.” “Jade Dodd told CNN member WKRN. Dodd recently renewed her license in Hickman County. When she received the email on Thursday, she was surprised to find a photo of an empty chair in place of her photo ID. “When I’m like’ Hey, when I needed to fix my license, the lady in DMV didn’t really believe me,'” Dodd said. “Then she looked in the system, and then,’Oh, I need my manager. “”
The driver’s license picture was the worst, but a woman in Tennessee laughed because of a clerical error and left her with a picture of an empty chair.
Jade Dodd told CNN member WKRN: “I am with my mother, we are going to have lunch, and I said,’You need to look at it, it’s not right.’
Dodd recently renewed her license in Hickman County, and when she received the email on Thursday, she was surprised to find that instead of her ID was a photo of an empty chair.
Dodd said: “When I was like,’Hey, I need to fix my license, the lady from DMV doesn’t really believe me.’
“Then she looked in the system and said,’Oh, I need my manager to help.'”
The Tennessee Department of Security and Homeland Security told CNN that the error occurs when the wrong image is captured and saved to Dodd’s profile.
Communications director Wes Moster said in a statement: “When the customer recently renewed his driver’s license online, she received an image of a chair because it was the last photo on file.”
“When the department learned about her situation, we immediately handled it properly with the customer and provided her with a license with actual photos, and resolved the situation internally.”
Fortunately, Dowd mostly just thinks this is funny and tells WKRN that this is a good way to alleviate the emotions caused by the coronavirus.
“My boss thinks this is more interesting than anyone. I was at work on Friday, and he pointed to the chair outside his office, like,’I thought it was you, I waved this morning’, and I was like ‘Thank you, “” Dodd said.
Strangers even started sending memes to her social media to help take advantage of this humorous incident.
By Monday, Dodd had a new business license and could tell a great story.
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