In the latest news not getting appropriate coverage in the anti-humour Australian media, citizen groups
in the US are fighting the ever-increasing trend of second-hand tobacco spit in public. New York resident Glen Abramson explains: "I can't go to a bar without coming home reeking of tobacco spit. I have to wring my clothes out in the sink before I go to bed. Sometimes, I'll get them back from the dry-cleaners with flakes of chew still clinging in the weave."