Top 10 Stupidest U.S. State Laws
Something tells me The Mayor from The Powerpuff Girls inspired this law...
Yes this is real. Because some random people sold cucumbers marked as pickles, they made THIS law. not like anyone cares
Are you sure these laws exist? They're pretty weird.
Upcoming obvious question:
Who the hell carries ice cream in their pockets?
Well, you'll already be dead if you do.
Thanks, captain obvious!
I guess I'll have to parachute off the Empire State Building instead
This is actually good. It would disrespect the dead people and their families.
Why would you place an ad in a cemetery in the first place?
This one is so obvious that its dumb.
Then I will buy a horse or an elephant (if it's legal for them to sleep in bathtubs).
So you have to look away whenever moose are visible.
Well I do hate fake butter (Blue Bonnet) but it's kinda ridiculous to make a law against it
This makes sense. If you want to learn how to cook certain foods you HAVE to taste the ingredient (alcohol) to do so. That being said, a person who just wants to drink can enroll in a culinary program, so this is kinda stupid.
Haha it's not like the police are going to show up to your house to see if you're sleeping with shoes on. You could easily get away with it.
Doing that would be a suicide attempt though.And what if you die before they can punish you?
Well, you'll die then.
You'll die anyway.
I bet they police that very strictly and that there are very strict penalties for farting at this time!
I never heard of this law. Are you sure that this isn't made up?
AM or PM? Either way, why the most random time on the most random day?
Unsurprisingly, the stupid state of California made this ridiculous law which bans riding a bike in a swimming pool.
Why would you keep an alligator in a bathtub?
Just casually goes to school on a camel...
How exactly can you hung moose from a plane?
And this is stupid why?
This goes well with the law that can't look at moose in an airplane
You shouldn't really be drunk on any other types of public transport.
I'm sure that this also applies to all cemeteries from every state.