Oh, that? We don't like to talk about that
I'm extremely worried about those Aussies, as they're beginning to lose the plot.
FAST food giant Hungry Jack's has banned its drive-through customers from smoking while ordering.Hey guys, do you not think there might be something a trifle more worrying (clue above)?
A company spokesman said the ban had been recently introduced nationally to protect its window staff from passive smoking.
Laws in Queensland include smoking bans for indoor and outdoor public places, as well as tough restrictions on retail advertising, display and promotion of tobacco products.But immune, it would appear, from the gallons of exhaust fumes - vastly larger by volume than a few wisps of smoke - being pumped out day in, day out, by every customer, smoker or not.
Public Health Association national president Mike Daube commended Hungry Jack's for introducing the new policy.
"Many of the staff serving at drive-through outlets will be young people who are at special risk," Professor Daube said.
"It makes sense to ensure that non-smokers are protected from passive smoking wherever possible.Oh, I dunno. I reckon the very last thing a staff member needs is a collection of gases which can kill within minutes in an enclosed space ... and that ain't the tobacco smoke, fool. But that's not what these anti-smoking hysterics truly believe.
"The last thing a young staff member needs at the drive-through counter is to have smoke blown in their faces - that can be both unpleasant and harmful."
They're getting more insane by the day, how long before they're claiming to be Napoleon?
H/T My Aussie informer