Via prolific commenter Ruthless comes news from the heartland that the Buckeye State has had its fill of incontinent truckers (I missed the verse in "Convoy" about this):
Urine 'bombs' could bring $1,000 fines
Pitching portable potties along Ohio's roadsides could bring a fine of up $1,000 under a bill introduced this week by a state lawmaker.
Sen. Kimberly A. Zurz, D-Green, was prompted to introduce the bill by an Ohio Department of Transportation study that found that nearly 1 million containers of urine are dumped annually along roads.
Dumping potentially dangerous litter would carry a maximum fine of $1,000 and a minimum fine of $150. State law currently classifies all litter the same and sets a maximum fine of $150.
Repeat violators who discard "trucker bombs" would face higher fines and potential driver's license suspensions under Zurz's bill.
"This bill cracks down on those who believe Ohio's highways are their own personal bathroom," she said in a statement.
Whole Columbus Dispatch dispatch here.
It's the suicide urine bombers who really worry me.