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Everyone's heard of the strange laws...like, in certain state's it's illegal to drive without shoes, or drive with your windshield wipers on...but no headlights...
if you know of a strange law please post it. but please try your best to verify it....it's ok to post things you're not sure of..but let's try to stick to legitimate laws. links to other sites are fine if you don't want to post the whole laws, but let's try to keep the duplicates to a minimum and try to post a few of the items from the page...that way we know what kind of humor we're in for.

In California, it is a misdemeanor to shoot at any kind of game from a moving vehicle, unless the target is a whale.

It's against the law for a woman to drive in a house coat in California

In California, animals are banned from mating publicly within 1,500 feet of a tavern, school or place of worship.

There's a San Francisco law that states it's illegal to play poker in public or gamble in a barricaded room.

San Francisco Municipal Police Code prohibits expectorating on a street car.

In Washington state, it's against the law to sleep in an outhouse without the owner's permission.

Putting salt on a railroad track can be punishable by death in the state of Alabama.


In Fairbanks, it is illegal to feed alcoholic beverages to a moose.
While it is legal to shoot bears, waking sleeping bears for the purpose of taking a photograph is prohibited.

* In New Jersey, answering a traffic cop who asks "Do you know why I pulled you over?" by saying, "If you don't know, I'm not going to tell you" is an automatic $300 fine.

* In Kentucky, it's illegal to paint your lawn red.

* In Portugal, it's against the law to pee in the ocean.

* In Connecticut, night watchmen are forbidden from drinking decaf coffee while working.

* In Vermont, it's illegal to pick your nose and stick the pickings under a table.

* In Tennessee, it's illegal to tell someone to quit smoking.
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In Arizona, if you commit a crime while wearing a read mask, you are automatically charged with a felony.
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Anti-delinquency statutes in Idaho prohibit juveniles from deliberately stepping on ants.

Parents in some states can be jailed for the curfew violations of their children.

Safe school laws prohibit anything which could be used as a weapon, any prescription medicine, and any "disruptive" clothing.

In Alaska, strong penalties exist for allowing huskies inside school buildings. Also, no youngster is allowed to build a snowman taller than himself on school property.


There are strange laws dealing with household pets. For example, pets are prohibited from "snarling" or "growling" at police, mail, or pizza delivery persons. At Anglo-American common law, the offending pet would be dressed up like a human and publically executed.

Dogs are prohibited from flying a kite on most public beaches.

Mississippi has laws against "rowdy cats" who freely roam the city limits. If the owner can be located, he or she may be placed in jail along with his or her cat.

National Park Service laws do not allow anyone to kill a bear with their bare hands just to impress a girl.

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