When Leslie Pilgrim visited her local DMV, she never imagined that they would send her an ID photo wearing a face mask.

California resident of Huntington Beach told Granthshala 11 los angeles She waited behind the camera for the DMV employee to let her know that this was the right time when she could take off her mask.

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“When I got up from there, I came in front of the line, I didn’t remove it, I went in front of the background to take my picture, I still didn’t remove it,” the pilgrim explained. “Nobody said anything and then the next thing someone said to me was ‘looking into the camera’ and then I heard a click, and then I realized that he had taken a picture with my mask.”

Leslie Pilgrim from California went to the DMV to obtain a REAL ID drivers license.  (Leslie Pilgrim)

Leslie Pilgrim from California went to the DMV to obtain a REAL ID drivers license. (Leslie Pilgrim)

However, the employee who took the photo realized his mistake and removed the pilgrim’s mask.

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Several days later, the pilgrim received his real ID driver license in the mail. However, what he did know was that he would not be welcomed with his mask-free picture.

Instead, the pilgrim saw him New $ 35 license He is shown wearing a gray mask that takes up more than half of his face. Only his eyes, eyebrows and forehead were visible apart from his hair and neck.

“I was raised to see humor in everything, so to me, at the end of the day, it’s ridiculous,” the pilgrim told FOX 11.

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Leslie Pilgrim's new drivers license showed her wearing a face mask, which became the norm during the COVID-19 epidemic.  (Leslie Pilgrim)

Leslie Pilgrim’s new drivers license showed her wearing a face mask, which became the norm during the COVID-19 epidemic. (Leslie Pilgrim)

The California Department of Motor Vehicles says this is the first time such an incident has occurred.

A DMV spokesperson wrote to Granthshala News via email, “Customers are asked to remove their face when the photo was taken. There was an eye in this example. The customer should have been asked to lower their mask for the photo . ” “This is the only example of a license photo with a face mask reported by a customer to the DMV.”

“The DMV is investigating how this can happen and has reminded employees of the proper procedures,” the spokesperson said. “The DMV contacted the customer and an appointment has been scheduled to take a new photo.”

The REAL ID will become an identification requirement for those who wish to enter federal facilities, nuclear power plants or Commercial airplane At federally-regulated airports starting October 1 Department of Homeland Security.

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Mary Stringini of Granthshala 11 Los Angeles contributed to this report.