Fake bull testicles and other anatomically explicit vehicle decorations would be banned from Maryland roads under a bill pending in the state legislature.
The measure was filed in the General Assembly Monday by Delegate LeRoy E. Myers Jr., R-Washingon, who says children shouldn’t be exposed to giant plastic gonads dangling from pickup truck trailer hitches. The bill also would ban depictions of naked human breasts, buttocks or genitals, with offenses punishable by fines of up to $500.
“It’s time to take a stand,” Myers told The (Hagerstown) Herald-Mail.
5 thoughts on “Maryland lawmaker wants to ban fake bull testicles on cars / trucks.”
Why don’t these people, stop wasting time and money?they should be asking why building number 7 went down,and how could one plane bring a twin tower down.please,get informed at infowars.com.thank you.
Yes, it’s far more important to spend your time on loony conspiracy theories than to worry about plastic bull testicles…
Be fair. Perhaps the reason this fellow’s so intent about ensuring that testicles not be on trucks is that he’s lost his own…and seeing them just reminds him. 🙄
Will they also ban the uterus and fallopian tubes found on Dodge vehicles?
(Haven’t you ever noticed that the Dodge Ram symbol looks like a uterus and fallopian tubes?)
Just another display of hick stupidity. You just can’t fix stupid so I hope they pass the law.