America is set to put a ban on bar & grills to help prevent further shootings.
“Guns don’t kill people, bar & grills kill people,” says 53-year-old Charles Hicks.
The U.S. has averaged more than one bar & grill shooting per month this year.
The dangers of large groups of people eating 72-ounce steaks and big beef ribs at the same time have now been widely accepted across the country.
“If we prohibit the use of mass beef eating we can reduce the number of gun deaths,” says Hicks.
Changes to the constitution are largely believed to be sacrosanct, however, this latest atrocity may bring to light the possibility of constitutional amendments – such as the second amendment legislating the right to bear arms – in banning bar & grills.