An Oklahoma man is being told he must get rid of his custom license plate. The plate says F CANCR, but the meaning is not what you might think.
At just 32-years old, Nick Williams says he’s been through a war, and he’s still fighting.
He’s had surgery and undergone chemotherapy, to get rid of brain cancer.
Doctors say 60-percent was removed, but the other 40-percent is entwined in his brain.
The license plate on his car is one of his inspirations.
“My ‘F’ it stands for fight. Some people look at it as a different word, but I’m fighting brain cancer. I’ve had it for about 2 and a half years now,” Williams says.
But, a letter from the Tax Commission says Williams needs to change his license plate because it’s offensive.
He understands strangers may confuse it at first, but like the scar on the side of his head, he says it’s a symbol of pride that he chooses to wear proudly.
He plans to call the Tax Commission to explain his situation to a supervisor.