car's number plate for all to see and was slapped with charges totalling nearly £350.She said the choice was inspired by her late son Ricky, a "brilliant dad" who died in 2019 after he committed suicide, WalesOnline reports. READ MORE: Twisted mum 'sold son, 7, for £4,000 and advertised him on body part sites' She said: "Through his death I have learned to live and I have learned to smile and giggle."He was just an average 21-year-old, working as a builder and doing well.
He liked being out and being with people."She added: "It's taught my family so much — to be strong, to live life, to smile and say hello to people, to spread cheer."And that's why I bought the plate.
It brought me joy every time I walked out the front door. Life is short and I'm not going to die unhappy."Toni was initially inspired to take the plunge after spotting a wedding car with a number plate featuring the word "TART".She said: "I went on the DVLA website and was messing about, typing in loads of different things."When I saw the SL*T HO one, it was one of those things I had to have."Toni says she spent £487 on the SL11 THO plates plus an £80 fee to register them.A garage charged her £20 to add an extra screw in the middle of the "11" on both plates to make them look like a "U".Toni claims she was successful in her mission to bring joy with the silly number plate, regularly getting compliments from passers-by.She said: "Everyone has been smiling and beeping at me. "My kids wave out the window.Read more on dailystar.co.uk