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Wednesday, 16 June 2010

Queensland, one of the many State's in Australia is to introduce a no-swearing policy, with on the spot fines of 100 dollars - F*ck! (That's 100 dollars, thanks)

The bold move comes as the Queensland Government looks at ways to clean the air space of the state from foul language. Legislation will allow the statewide roll out of public nuisance ticketing ranging between $100 and $300, will be introduced into state parliament later this year.

Many Queenslander's say the law sucks and the Government is full of shit (another 100 dollars please). Some say the police could use the fine when the feel "unhappy", bloody hell, (could be a 100 dollar fine).

Known for there lack of language etiquette, it looks the Government will be on a winner with this one.

Police will have to power to issue on-the-spot fines, like traffic infringements.

So leave you swearing at home or each foul word will cost you dearly.

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