SALT LAKE CITY - The state of Utah has announced that it has just passed a law which will prohibit the wearing of halter tops by females.
Senator Buxton Quickymill [R-Provo] stated that the bill had been hotly debated with many senators believing that the law would interfere with the rights of Utah's female population.
But Senator Quickymill and many other senators remarked that it was just a matter of doing what is in the best interest for the women of the Beehive State.
He told American Spotlight Magazine that those who voted for the bill did so because they did not want anyone gawking at their wives, daughters, aunts, cousins, neighbors, or coworkers.
The esteemed senator from Provo pointed out that a 42-year-old Salt Lake City woman who was wearing a Utah Jazz halter top was actually semi-accosted by an individual who said that he had a belly button fetish.
SIDENOTE: The law which passed by a vote of 17-12 will go into effect on October 7, at 12:20 a.m.