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Man With Serious Dislike of Circumcision May Have the Worst Custom License Plate in Arizona

Here's a guy who's not ashamed to let everyone know how he feels about penises.

This truck with the "NOCIRCM" license plate was spotted this morning in Phoenix, along the Loop 202 Red Mountain Freeway.

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Adding to it all, the vanity license is on the "It Shouldn't Hurt to be a Child" plate.

And the guy driving had four anti-circumcision bumper stickers on his truck, featuring phrases such as, "Circumcision: A Cruel Ripoff."

(He was also driving about 60 miles per hour in the center lane of a 65 mph zone; what the hell, man?)

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There's nothing wrong with having an opinion on circumcision, but there's a wonderful saying out there about some opinions being best kept to yourself.

Interestingly, the Arizona Department of Transportation's rules on personalized license plates ban ones that "connote" the "pubic area," "genitalia," or "sexual functions."

We have a feeling that ADOT would deny a "H84SKIN" license plate.

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