MADRID - The Spanish government has just announced that effective February 14, 2014, (Valentine's Day) it will be implementing its ban on transvestites.
Spain's national news agency, Olé News has informed the public that the government figured that the transvestite problem had gotten somewhat out of control.
A spokesperson noted that the Arroyo Police Department reported that out of 67 police officers 38 were transvestites.
He commented that this caused a big problem with the town's prostitutes due to the fact that most of the officers dressed better and looked better than the female hookers.
One well-known downtown female streetwalker, known as Señorita La Rita remarked that she does not want to be a police officer so why should police officers want to be transvestites and make the city's whores look cheap by comparison.
The Spanish Senate has voted on the matter and they agree that the whole cross dressing situation has gotten way out of hand.
So after February 14, any male caught dressing up as a woman will be arrested, stripped of all of his female clothing including bra and panties, and be sentenced to 11 months in jail.
In Other News From Spain. The organizers of the annual Pamplona Running of The Bulls have said that women will no longer be allowed to participate in the run due to the fact that they scream way to loud and it really upsets the hell out of the bulls.