Last week in Tallahassee, FL USA, members of the State Senate voted to ban "fake bull testicles" that are often hung from the trailer tow hitches on pickups & cars. There would have been a $60 fine for putting a bogus scrotum attachment on a vehicle.
A senator, offended by the fake nutsacks dangling from rigs in front of him, initiated the legislation. Some observors described the bill as "nuts."
Many senators, who already had a pair of their own, opposed the proposed regulation as a foolish effort to prevent freedom of expression by drivers, which would not be upheld in court. Apparently members of the House took the bull by the horns & left the ban on phony bull's balls out of the overall transportation bill.
Most traditional media chose not to report this story in order to avoid the puns, double entendres, & ribaldry that would develop from such coverage. Comparisons of brass, chrome-plated, & leather versions of the huge cojones put most editors off the story.
A couple of female sports reporters noted that the editors they worked for had wives who each kept a pair in a jar on the mantel at home. One of the ladies also commented that the hitch ornaments may be a form of goal-setting by most of the over-compensating drivers.
The other lady mentioned a few locker room interviews, an ex-husband, & a few boyfriends before suggesting that the well-hung trucks represent wishful thinking & false advertising. She also added, "Besides, for most of those idiots a big pair is a useless accessory slung from an unused attachment."