Reality star Snooki will have her name etched in law books for years to come if a New Jersey lawmaker gets his way.
Ocean County Republican Assemblyman Ronald Dancer wants New Jersey towns to have a say in the filming of reality TV shows within their boundaries before a "Situation" develops.
As reported by the Associated Press:
Dancer on Monday introduced legislation for a Snookiville Law. The law would let towns impose conditions including requiring TV crews to pay for additional police officers to assure public safety during filming.
Dancer named the bill after "Jersey Shore" cast member Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, whose show with Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino and others recently ended its three-year run in Seaside Heights.
The MTV show's cast members were involved in scuffles and drunken public displays. Police officers routinely were assigned to areas where filming occurred.
Who would have ever thought Snooki could get her own law?