The One U.S. Beach Where Swearing Could Cost You A $500 Fine

There’s a beach in South Carolina that’s taken the notion of family-friendly to a whole new level.

If you should travel to Myrtle Beach, you won’t hear much swearing. That’s because there’s a newly-imposed law that fines beach-combers a whopping $500 for using profane language. Here’s more on this strict and unusual law that’s being enforced along one of South Carolina’s most beloved beaches:

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What are your thoughts on this law in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina? We’d love to hear from you! For related content, you’ll enjoy reading about The 8 Laws That Every South Carolinian Has Probably Unknowingly Broken At Least Once.