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Weird Laws In the United States:

 

ALABAMA:

A driver cannot be blindfolded when operating a vehicle.

 

It is illegal for a husband to beat his wife with a stick that is larger than his thumb.

 

Putting salt on rail road tracks could draw the death penalty.

 

ALASKA:

It is illegal to give moose alcoholic beverages

 

ARKANSAS:

A man cannot beat his wife more than once a month.

 

CALIFORNIA:

Women cannot operate a moving vehicle while wearing a housecoat.

 

Used underwear cannot be used to clean a car.

 

COLORADO:

A man may not kiss a woman while she is asleep.

 

CONNECTICUT:

A man cannot kiss his wife on Sundays.

 

FLORIDA:

Men are strictly forbidden to wear a strapless gown in public.

 

GEORGIA:

The shades must be drawn before changing the clothes on a mannequin in a storefront window.

 

HAWAII:

You must obtain a permit before purchasing a mongoose.

 

IDAHO:

Boxes of candy given as romantic gifts must weight more than 50 lbs.

 

ILLINOIS:

It is illegal to fish while wearing pajamas.

 

Women who weigh over 200 lbs. cannot wear shorts while horseback riding.

 

IOWA:

Owners of any establishment are banned from charging admission to see a one-armed piano player.

 

KANSAS:

It is illegal to throw a knife at anyone who is wearing a striped shirt.

 

KENTUCKY:

A woman wearing a swimsuit cannot appear on a highway unless she is accompanied by two police officers, armed with a club.

 

The same law applies to male horses but female horses are exempt.

 

LOUISIANA:

Biting someone is simple assault unless you have false teeth which then makes it aggravated assault.

 

MAINE:

Men cannot tickle women under their chin with a feather duster.

 

MASSACHUSETTS:

Water pistol dueling is strictly forbidden by state legislature.

 

MICHIGAN:

Dentists are officially classified as mechanics under state law.

 

MINNESOTA:

Women who impersonate Santa risk a jail term of up to 30 days.

 

It is illegal to tease skunks.

 

MISSOURI:

Women are prohibited from wearing hats that might frighten children or animals.

 

Children may purchase shot guns but not cap guns.

 

MONTANA:

A wife risks a felony for opening her husband's mail.

 

NEVADA:

It is illegal to drive a camel on the highway.

 

NEW JERSEY:

You cannot throw a bad pickle into the street.

 

NEW MEXICO:

Women cannot ride horseback on a public street while wearing a kimono.

 

NEW YORK:

Those who jump off of buildings risk the death penalty.

 

NORTH CAROLINA:

Sneezing is illegal on city streets.

 

NORTH DAKOTA:

It is illegal to serve beer and pretzels at the same time in a bar.

 

OHIO:

Those who fish for whales on Sundays risk a fine.

 

It is illegal to get a fish drunk.

 

OKLAHOMA:

Anyone who make ugly faces at a dog risk jail.

 

RHODE ISLAND:

Selling both toothbrush and toothpaste to the same customer is illegal on Sundays.

 

SOUTH CAROLINA:

Horses are barred from entering a Fountain Inn unless they are wearing pants.

 

TENNESSEE:

A woman cannot drive by herself unless a man is walking or running in front of the car waving a red flag to warn pedestrians or motorists.

 

TEXAS:

Don't even think about shooting a buffalo from a second story building.

 

UTAH:

Birds have the right of way on a highway.

 

VERMONT:

It is illegal to whistle while under water.

 

WASHINGTON:

Concealed weapons more than 6 feet cannot be carried.

 

 

No, I did not make these up.

 

And can I just say, I'd love to meet the person that COULD conceal a six foot weapon on their person...

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