Sometimes people in power throw fits; sometimes these people like to enforce their personal morality; sometimes, people create really vague laws that become outdated quickly. Whatever the reason, there are some really crazy laws out there. Curious about what surprising laws you might be breaking? Check out these 25 Crazy Laws You Might Be Breaking.
In New York, men can be subjected to a $25 fine for flirting. While we're pretty sure this is one of those old timey laws that never gets enforced anymore, how did they think babies got made?
It's actually illegal in the US to connect to non-password protected wi-fi, even if that wi-fi is open to the public, like a cafe. Again, this is rarely enforced, but it CAN be, and people have been fined for connecting to public wifi without buying anything. (psssst, put the password on receipts guys. Not that hard.) How about we make it illegal for your password to be "Passw0rd" or any variation thereof?
In the UK, if you vacuum (or hoover) after 8pm, you could be responsible for a nuisance charge because your vacuum makes too much noise.
If you leave your Christmas decorations up past January 14th in Maine, you're breaking the law. No laws on the books about Hanukkah decorations though.
Wearing slippers is illegal after 10:00 PM if you're in New York State. Doesn't it get cold up there? Who could possibly, ever, even a little bit enforce this? Is this one of those laws that people pass just to see if legislators read laws? So many questions.
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