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“He is nuts,” says Jay Bender, a lawyer and professor at the University of South Carolina, referring to Fuda and his interpretation of the law. Bender says although tasteless and stupid, they are not illegal, and adds, “Chief Fuda is abusing his arrest powers.” He says the statute is very clear about what material is obscene and “it doesn’t have anything to do with artificial bull testicles.”
Trick Trucks, a truck accessory chain, has been selling them for years and has had customers question whether they are illegal. Keith Dillard says sales at his Lanham, Md., store are hit and miss, but “when people talk about outlawing or banning them, they come in to buy them up.”
Originally posted by BrianC
Technically it should be protected under first amendment rights
but they're still hideous and make people look like jack-asses
Originally posted by granpabobby
The one ton company truck I drive at work has a pair of large steel nuts tied together with a small chain attached under the bumper...
That big Ford has balls of steel.