Washington state resident Tony Cava was alerted to the fact that someone found his "GOES211" plate "vulgar, profane, or offensive to good taste and decency." The 53-year-old's choice was a tribute to fictional band Spinal Tap, who in the mockumentary that followed them explained that their amps go not to 10 but 11. Johnny Dixon apparently had something else in mind. In an email to the Department of Licensing, Dixon complained: "I find it in poor taste that the great state of Washington would issue a plate that allows a driver to insinuate in public that his penis grows to 11 inches in length." That was enough to put the plate in front of the Personalized License Plate Committee, which ruled—with a dose of humor—the plate was OK. "The complaint was, pardon my pun, a stretch," said a rep for the committee.