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Disney World Kicks Woman Out Of Park - Their Reasoning Floored Her

Tammy Lemasters had recently moved back to Clermont from West Virginia, and was shocked to see the words "Sexual Predator" in blue capital letters at the bottom right corner of her newly issued driver’s license.

Even worse, the mother of three had the license for several days before realizing the error. When she found out, she was afraid to drive or do anything where she might have to show her license.

Then last week, Lemasters said she may sue the state Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles unless changes are implemented to ensure the same thing doesn't happen to anyone else.

"It's so embarrassing and shouldn't be something that should have happened," Lemasters noted. "They need to change."

Although it seems odd, she says she never thought to check when looking over her license at the DMV office.

"They asked me to check my name and address, and that's what I checked," Lemasters explained. "The sexual-predator box is in the lower corner, and she had her finger there. I just took it and put it in my wallet. No one checks for 'sexual predator' on your license."

When Lemasters and her fiancé tried going to Disney World two weeks ago, they were detained by employees after showing her ID for the Florida discount. The couple told employees the sexual predator stamp on her license was a mistake, but they were still held in a room for almost three hours while employees checked with authorities.

Lemasters, who works at Applebee's, was also recently denied service at a Clermont hotel when she tried to check in.

The good news is she returned to the DMV office last week to get a new license and was ecstatic to have the problem resolved.

Source: Orlando Sentinel
Photo: Mad World News

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