A man who claims his religion forces him to wear a sieve on his head has been allowed to use a photo of himself in the bizarre headgear on his official ID card.
Lukas Novy - from Brno in the Czech Republic - claims that his Pastafarian faith means he has to wear the sieve at all times.
Officials ruled that turning down the request would be a breach of the country's religious equality laws.
Novy claims to be a member of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, when emerged in the USA 2005 as spoof on organised religion.
Members claim to believe that an invisible alien made of spaghetti and meatballs created the universe after "drinking heavily."
But Brno City Hall spokesman Pavel Zara explained: "The application complies with the laws of the Czech Republic where headgear for religious or medical reasons is permitted if it does not hide the face."
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