Community Team
CBC News
May 2, 2012

Residents of one Massachusetts town could soon be slapped with a ‘swearing ticket’ for uttering curse words in public, according to local reports.

Police Chief Bruce Gates told CBS News Boston that Middleborough has had enough of loud obscenities.

He’s proposed a $20 ticket for audible vulgarity, but some town councilors argue that the penalty should be a much steeper, three figure fine.

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