In 210, animal lover Emily Doucet set up a Facebook profile for her dog Max.
She doesn’t use his page very often but after getting married she decided his profile needed updating so Max had the correct surname on his account.
After trying and failing to remember the login details for the profile, Facebook eventually locked Emily out of the account so the 33-year-old from Seattle reached out for help to reset the password.
Emily was then told that in order to access the account, she would have to verify Max’s identity by providing a government-issued ID or a driver’s licence.
She shared the hilarious exchange on Twitter, writing: “I’m locked out of my dog’s Facebook account that I created in 2010 and they won’t let me back in unless I send over a copy of his driver’s license.”