New York City has banned almost everything else, so it’s turning to another hazardous substance that is too easily available to its irresponsible, befuddled citizens: candy.
Large mint balls, jawbreakers and other hard sweets — which can choke kids — could soon be banned for sale to children in the city.
City Council Health Committee Chairwoman Christine Quinn yesterday introduced a bill that would outlaw the sale of what she termed “dangerously sized candy” to people under 14.
She defined dangerously sized as between 3/4 of an inch and 13/4 of an inch in diameter.
FROM MY WARM, STICKY MOUTH!
(Submitted to the Outside the Beltway Traffic Jam.)