While most laws are created to protect the interests of society, there are some that are just unexplainable, illogical, and even impractical. From laws concerning what food you may eat and when to laws defining the clothes a murder may or may not where, prepare to be baffled by 25 extremely bizarre laws that don’t make sense.
Isn’t murder already illegal? Well apparently murder with a bullet proof vest is even more illegal. Only a really, really bad guy would do something like that.
Four and a half hours of bingo? You’re fine. 5 hours? You better lawyer up.
We’re not exactly sure why this law made sense to anybody ever, but maybe North Dakota pretzels are just too good to be spoiled by intoxication.
There are only 11 months available for rabbit picture taking in this state. During the twelfth month you better give the poor rabbits a break.
But seriously…who even does that? 50 pounds? Of candy? That deserves to be illegal.
Apparently in some places Christmas can come early, but it had better not stay late, at least not later than mid January.
Well, it’s understandably dangerous but come on, if someone is cool enough to walk across the street on their hands why would you punish them?
That’s right, could you please refrain from dying until you have exited the building? This will at least prevent your family from being subject to litigation.
Our guess is that there are a lot of law breakers in this country…
Imagine going your whole life thinking that your wife is taking perfect care of her teeth only to find out that…they’re fake! It’s a horrifying thought, at least horrifying enough to make them sign permission slips.
Springs, balls flying around like crazy, bright lights and loud noises, you need to be a responsible adult to handle this craziness, at least that’s what South Carolina would say.
Salt plus railroad tracks plus Alabama equals death. Got it.
Yea, it’s weird, but illegal? Come on, give the donkeys a break already.
It seems that no vehicle without a driver should be able to exceed 0 mph, but hey, you have to draw the line somewhere.
Forget “strictly forbidden”, how about “strictly-that’s-the-dumbest-idea-anybody-could-ever-come-up-with”. Needless to say, nobody has ever been prosecuted for breaking this law.