Weirdest State Laws
You ought to be aware of the fact that laws are what we use to keep the society together and even stop people from wrecking havoc all over the world. You should know that some countries today have very weird kinds of laws that would shock you and make you wonder why they even exist. Some states have extremely bizarre laws which will only leave you to wonder why some things are said to be illegal. On the other hand, there are states that have laws that are actually very commonplace and right now you have broken some of those laws already. The following article seeks to educate people on some of the strange rules in some states.
Idaho should be the very first place we start to discuss. In Idaho, there are those kinds of rules that are actually very great but at the same time, there are those which are just so weird. Idaho has a rule that states that it is illegal to consume human flesh. What makes this rule weird is the fact that consuming human flesh is not a crime in the rest of the states in the United States of America. The law however has a loop hole because it states that it is only legal under very extreme life threatening conditions as the only means of survival. It is vital to take note of the fact that as a citizen of Idaho, you will be allowed to consume human flesh if you are in the kind of situation where you need it to survive.
Aside from Idaho, you should also get to know of Delaware. In Delaware, it is very illegal to sell a cat or a dog hair. The other weird law is that if you are a resident in Rehoboth Beach, it is illegal for children to go trick or treating from six to eight in the night. The only time that the children will be allowed to go trick or treating in the evening is if the Halloween falls on a Sunday. If that was to happen then the trick or treating should take place on the thirtieth of October.
The third state that you should also learn about is Arkansas. Firstly, you should know that in Arkansas, it is illegal to honk the horn of your car past nine in the evening outside a sandwich shop. In Arkansas, it is a crime to win over twenty five times in a row at pinball.