It had to be said.

The Georgia Department of Driver Services sent out a hilarious reminder to those taking selfies for their digital IDs.

Apparently, the fine folks who work for the state of Georgia are receiving inappropriate photos from those applying for their driver's license, passport, or ID.

Yes, some are submitting photos of themselves without clothes on and those who work for the Georgia Department of Driver Services have seen enough.

Thus, that is why they are reminding people to "keep things classy."

In their reminder to those sending their own photos in, the department had this to say, "Please take pictures with your clothes on when submitting them for your Digital Driver's License and IDs."

I don't know why anyone would think that it's appropriate to send such photos in for a legal document, but some are, and here's the reminder shared on social media.


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