Tired of sharing public transportation with smelly locals and tourists, alike, residents of the tropical island are making headway with the Honolulu City Council to enact a law that would levy fines up to $500 and/or six months in jail for rank B.O.
Councilmen Rod Tam and Nestor Garcia co-sponsored the anti-odor bill aimed at refreshing the city’s bus riders.
Stank-nasty B.O. won’t be the only odor eliminated by this act. Any disgusting fumes emanating from one’s clothes, belongings or pet(s) may also be punishable by fine and jail time under the proposed ordinance.
To date, only hobos and Rastafarians in Honolulu have voiced their complaints against the bill.Share this Post[?]