A man in Ontario may have to remove his license plate after one busybody complained about it. His plate reads "VI6SIX". Why is this seemingly benign combination of letters and numbers and issue? Well, the complainer is presuming that it means "666", as in the mark of the beast. 

The man has explained the reasoning behind the plate, and none of it has anything to do with the dark side. But even if it did, it's nobody else's business right? Hell, he could have an "I love Satan" T-shirt and a bumper sticker that says "Babies: the other white meat," and nobody has any right to take that away from him, right?

None of us are up on our Canadian free expression laws, so if you know better than we do, let us know.