|December 1st, 2005|
Dumb Laws That Are Still on the Books info
Cars whose license plates end with a 1 or 2 are not allowed on the roads on Monday, 3 or 4 on Tuesday, 5 or 6 on Wednesday, 7 or 8 on Thursday, and 9 or 0 on Friday from 7:00 A.
If you forget you car-keys inside the car and you leave the car open, you will be punished.
A man may not relieve himself while standing up, after 10 P.
Traffic police are required to report all bribes that they receive from motorists.
It is legal for a male to urinate in public, as long it is on the rear wheel of his motor vehicle and his right hand is on the vehicle.
Committing suicide is classified as a capital crime.
Licenses must be bought in order to own television sets, and even VCRs.
Water guns may not be used in New Year's celebrations.
Anyone in company with someone who possesses narcotics, even if they are unaware that their companion has them, can be tried for the same crime.
It is illegal to shout offensive words in any public place.
There is no age of consent.
A man may be arrested for wearing a skirt.
Only licensed electricians may change a light bulb.
All electronic games are banned.
A driver who needs to turn through oncoming traffic has the right of way unless he slows down or stops.
Citizens may not publicly remove bandages.
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 pig may be addressed as Napoleon by its owner.
A pillow can be considered a "passive" weapon.
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 maintaining an illegal radio station for five or more years, the station becomes legal.
Any woman who wears pants faces a possible punishment of having the pants ripped off her and torn to pieces by soldiers.
Citizens may not make offensive gestures at a passing state motorcade.
Taxi drivers must pay royalties if they play music in their cars for paying customers.