The 'King' could be your next cabbie in Seattle.
Seattle's city council has voted to allow taxi drivers to wear costumes if they wish.
The new regulations follow a run in between taxi inspectors and cabbie Dave Groh, an Elvis impersonator.
He was fined 60 dollars last spring for not wearing the required black pants and a crisp shirt.
Under the new law, drivers will be allowed to wear costumes that depict a "readily identifiable and generally well-known public figure, personality or fictional character." But masks aren't allowed.
Groh told the council after the vote, "Uh, a thank you verrah much."