Man fights law to use penis drawing as his official signature
To Melbourne, Australia, where Jared Hyams has spent five years fighting the federal government for the right to use a drawing of his cock and balls as his signature, reports the Sydney Morning Herald.
Jared Hyams didn’t think anyone at Australian Electoral Commission would study an application to change his address, so for a laugh he drew a caricature of a penis in the box that asked for his signature.
The AEC rejected his forms. Buoyed by failure, Hyams used the knob as his signature on applications for a passport, drivers’ licence and proof of age card.
“It’s been an interesting journey,” says Mr Hyams. “But none of it is resolved. Everything is just left hanging.”