After a severe pile up on the M25 last week, emergency legislation is being rushed through parliament to force the installation of privacy glass on all football supporters' coaches.
"We were lucky this time," said Transport Minister, Hilary Dale. "Nobody was killed. We may not be so lucky next time."
Three passengers were seriously hurt when the driver of their Vauxhall Astra lost control after overtaking a bus containing thirty-nine Acton Athletic fans heading round the M25 for their clash with Dorking United.
"It weren't Steve's fault," said passenger, Emma Nate. "I'd have been put off seeing all those arses pressed against the glass."
Steven Dore was on his way to Dorking to visit the Pay and Display when the unfortunate incident happened, sending him careering across all three lanes of the motorway before embedding the Astra in a wire fence.
"My car's a right off," said Dore. "I've tried claiming off the bus company, but they claim my claim is claimless, they won't accept the blame."
This has prompted discussions at the highest levels of power. Whilst it is almost certain that the football supporters' coach bill will be passed in it's current form, some are arguing that it should go further.
"I believe the bill should be extended to hen party coaches too," said Hilary Dale. "Many is the time my husband has almost lost control at the wheel when we see a dozen boobs pressed against the glass as we go past."
Most of the MPs, who are men, are against this extension.