Man wore pasta strainer for driving-licence photo

275x250.jpg An Austrian atheist, has been allowed to wear a pasta strainer on his head for a driving-licence photo after arguing it was a "religious headgear".

Niko Alm, 34,  says he applied for the odd driving-licence after discovering headgear was only allowed in official photos for religious reasons.

On his application - which was sent with four photos of his wearing a pasta colander in his head - he stated it was a requisite of his religion, pastafarianism.

However, after receiving his application, Austrian authorities required him to convince doctors that he was "psychologically fit" to drive… well he did say he was part of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.
Writing on his blog, Alm said: "In the photo it can clearly be seen that I'm wearing a colander on my head to show my affiliation with the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

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