25 Random Laws
While prostitution is legal, it is illegal to use the services of a prostitute.
Mississippi’s “Anti-Bloomberg Bill” will restrict towns and counties from regulating nutrition labeling
A law passed in 1912 provided that “The carrying of concealed weapons is forbidden, unless some are exhibited to public view.
In Hawaii you will be fined for riding in the back of a passenger car without a seatbelt, however you can ride in the bed of a pickup truck with no safety equipment
No person may roller skate and listen to a personal cd player at the same time.
It is forbidden to bring bears to the beach.
Children may smoke, but they may not purchase cigarettes.
No person may keep a smelly dog.
Women are not allowed to wear anything red in public.
Any person who shall pretend or exercise to use any type of witchcraft, sorcery, enchantment, or pretend knowledge in any occult or or craft or science shall for any such offense suffer imprisonment at the time of one whole year and also shall be obliged to obscursion for his/her good behavior.
If you have been convicted of driving while intoxicated, you may never again apply for personalized license plates.
No person may predict another’s future.
You may not shoot a Welsh person on Sunday with a longbow in the Cathedral Close.
It is illegal to take photos of police officers or police vehicles, even if they are just in the background.
It is illegal to smoke cigarettes within 15 feet of a public place unless you have a Class 12 liqueur license.
It is forbidden to fish while sitting on a giraffe’s neck.
The molestation of trash cans is banned.
It is illegal for a trumpet player to play his instrument with the intention of luring someone to a store.
Persons may not be drunk on trains.
Beer may not be sold between 2 a.
Missiles may not be shot at parade participants.
Power Wheels® cars may not be driven down the street.
Margarine may not be substituted for butter in restaurants unless it is requested by the customer.
Panhandlers must first obtain a $10 permit before begging on the streets of downtown Memphis.