A controversial Virginia lawmaker is trying to introduce new legislation to ban rubber testicles from being fitted to the back of trucks. Have you seen those, the back of a truck, usually under a trailer hitch, it's this thing where it's a set of plastic looking balls that hang down, right. I mean I do not see them much in California, but maybe it is something more in the truck-toting parts of the US, right. We don't have a lot of trucks in Santa Barbara.
Lionel Spruill, or Spruill, known for his failed attempt in 2005 to ban baggy pants, says the motivation for his latest idea came from a constituent.
The man complained that he had been left speechless when his six-year-old daughter spotted a pair and asked him what they were. Truck drivers who sport fake testicles on the back of their vehicles would risk a $250 fine under his proposal. He goes on to say, they are offensive to some folks.
It is okay to express yourself, but citizens have the right not to be subjected to something vulgar.