BALTIMORE - Customers in one Baltimore restaurant are now paying for more than just their meals.
The Mount Royal Tavern has installed a "cuss bucket," where customers who curse must fork over 25 cents per bad word.
Ron Carback, a longtime owner of the bar, says he doesn't mind mild curse words, but won't tolerate stronger profanities.
He says the money is donated to charity. The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, for instance, received $110 collected over three weeks.
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