CARSON CITY, Nevada - The Nevada State Legislature has just voted to ban the cosmetic practice of botoxing.
Senator Leelo Henrietta Faltenskyler, 51, who spearheaded the bill, expressed the fact that after much deliberation a vote was taken and the outcome was 17-4 in favor of doing away with botoxing within the sate.
The Senator from Reno remarked that one of the primary reasons for the ban is due to the fact that the Nevada Congress does not want the female citizens of the great state of Nevada looking like botox advocates such as Joan Rivers, Priscilla Presley, and Daryl Hannah.
The Political Drive Thru Window News Agency has revealed that a Tahoma Puckerpratt, 61, of Pahrump, Nevada, who claims that she is addicted to botoxing, has stated that she will be contacting noted Los Angeles attorney Ginger Allred and she will be filing a $27.9 million lawsuit against the state of Nevada.
SIDENOTE: Word from Governor Brian Sandoval's office is that he will be signing a Governor's Mandate which will stipulate that Ms. Puckerpratt be escorted out of the state by Nevada State Troopers within 48 hours. The governor duly noted that should Mrs. Puckerpratt return to Nevada she will be arrested immediately and incarcerated for a period of not less than nine months, plus she will receive a fine of $65,000.