Strange Facts About American Laws You Won’t Believe
The American Legal System is designed to minimize crime right across the world, although did you know that there are some strange American laws that are still in effect today? Here is a list of some of the strange laws that are out there that you may not have known about.
- It’s against the law in Texas for anyone to have in their possession a pair of pliers.
- Based on an Act of 1760, in Philadelphia pretzels can’t be put into bags.
- When flying in Alaska, apparently it is against the law to look at a moose when you’re in an airplane.
- It is illegal to have and raise alligators in Corpus Christie, Texas in your own home.
- It’s forbidden in Miami to imitate animals.
- When you’re in the State of Arkansas, it is illegal to mispronounce the name of the state.
- In Illinois, you must drive a car with the steering wheel.
- In California women aren’t allowed to drive cars while in a housecoat.
- Women in Memphis Tennessee aren’t allowed to drive cars unless a man warns pedestrians and approaching motorist that a woman is driving by walking in front of the car.
- It’s against the law to drive a car while sleeping.
- A blind person in New York isn’t allowed to drive a vehicle.
- Babies in West Virginia are the only ones allowed to ride in a baby carriage.
- It’s against the law for a man to be slap on the front or back in Georgia.
- In the State of Georgia, barbers aren’t allowed to advertise their prices.
- No baseball team in Oklahoma is allowed to hit a ball out of the ballpark or over the fence.
- It’s the law in Kentucky that a person must bath once a year.
- Birds in Utah have right of way on the public highways.
- It’s against the law to drive a buffalo through the streets in the State of Kansas.
- It’s against the law in Florida to put livestock on a school bus.
- It illegal in North Carolina for cats and dogs to fight.
As you can see these are just some of the strange American laws strange facts that are still legal today. While some may be outdated or common sense, it is always important to check the law to make sure you don’t accidently break one.