Tuesday, January 08, 2008

This one's just funny

ST. CHARLES, Mo. - What the ...?

A St. Louis-area town is considering a bill that would ban swearing in bars, along with table-dancing, drinking contests and profane music. City officials contend the bill is needed to keep rowdy crowds under control because the historic downtown area gets a little too lively on some nights. City Councilman Richard Veit said he was prompted to propose the bill after complaints about bad bar behavior. He says it will give police some rules to enforce when things get too rowdy.

1 comment:

jimbow8 said...

He says it will give police some rules to enforce when things get too rowdy.

So, in other words, the police will have laws to enforce SELECTIVELY whenever they feel like it.

Sounds like a great plan.

*sigh*