Strange, But True Laws in America

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Everyone is familiar with the laws that prohibit murder, drinking and driving, stealing and setting fire to things. Sometimes there is a law that makes something totally weird illegal.
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Driving Blindfolded

In the state of Alabama, it is against the law to drive while blindfolded.
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Drunk Fish

If you live in Ohio, it’s illegal to get your fish drunk.
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No Parachuting

Women in who live in Florida better not go parachuting on Sunday or they could face jail time.
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Bouncy Pickles

In Connecticut, don’t call it a pickle unless it bounces or you could be in trouble.
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Say it Right

In Arkansas, it’s illegal to mispronounce the name of the state.
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Drunken Horseback Riding

In Colorado, it’s against the law to drink beer while riding a horse.
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Public Sleeping

Don’t get caught taking a nap in a bakery, cheese shop or creamery in Illinois because that’s illegal.
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Bare Handed Fishing

If you plan on fishing in Indiana, take your pole because catching a fish with your bare hands is strictly prohibited.
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Dyed Animals

Unless you want to face a fine, don’t even think about dying a chick, duckling or rabbit in Kentucky.
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Exploding Golf Balls

If you explode a golf ball in Massachusetts, you could be looking at jail time.
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Illegitimate Children

If you have more than one baby out of wedlock in Mississippi, you’re breaking the law and could be fined.
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Losing an Arm

In Rhode Island, it’s illegal to bite off a friend’s arm on purpose.
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