Dumb Laws in Denmark
Before starting your car you are required to check lights, brakes, steering and honk your horn.
One may not be charged for food at an inn unless that person, by his or her own opinion, is “full”.
If your vehicle stalls and you leave it on the side of the road, you must mark the vehicle with a red, reflecting triangle.
Restaurants may not charge for water unless it is accompanied by another item such as ice or a lemon slice.
If a horse drawn carriage is trying to pass a car and the horse becomes uneasy, the owner of the car is required to pull over and if necessary, cover the car.
Attempt to escape from prison is not illegal, however, if one he is caught he is required to serve out the remainder of his term.
No one may start a car while someone is underneath the vehicle.
Headlights must be on whenever a vehicle is being operated in order to distinguish it from parked cars.
When driving, you must have someone in front of your car with a flag to warn horse drawn carriages that a motorcar is coming.
Any carport added to a building increases the value of the building by 15.
There is a penalty of 20kr for not reporting when a person has died.
Persons may not wear a mask.
A fee is levied on each purchaser of any plastic bottle which is returned upon return of the bottle.
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