Arizona man wears colander in driver's license photo in name of religious freedom

After three years of trying, an Arizona man was finally successful in getting his drivers license photo taken with a pasta strainer on top of his head. 

According to USA Today, he appears to be the first Arizonan to successfully do so, though his victory is brief: State officials say they will void the license.

And while some may say it's a joke, he says it's an act of religious freedom. 

Sean Corbett of Chandler has long believed in respecting and never judging others. Then, three years ago, he stumbled across the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, also known as Pastafarianism.

The church promotes a lighthearted view of religion. It was created in 2005 to criticize schools teaching intelligent design alongside evolution but has become a social movement for freedom of religion and expression. 

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