ST. CHARLES, Mo. – A St. Louis-area town is considering a bill that would ban swearing in bars, along with table-dancing, drinking contests and profane music. City officials contend the bill is needed to keep rowdy crowds under control because the historic downtown area gets a little too lively on some nights. City Councilman Richard Veit said he was prompted to propose the bill after complaints about bad bar behavior.
There is another name for a bar that doesn’t have swearing, table-dancing, drinking contests and profane music … church.