15 weird US laws you may be surprised to know exist
- Some laws were written decades ago, and are more hysterical than intimidating. Others are relatively new, but still just as strange.
- From making sure cheese is "highly pleasing" to only allowing fried chicken to be eaten with your fingers, these US laws exist but are hard or impossible to enforce.
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You might be surprised to find out swearing in public or honking your horn near a local deli may result in fines or arrests in some US states. But they can!Read more: The most ridiculous law in every state
Here are 15 that are not only odd, but probably difficult or impossible to enforce.
In Alabama, stink bombs are outlawed.
In Arkansas, you can't honk your horn near a sandwich shop after 9 p.m.
In Delaware, it's illegal to whisper in church.
In Florida, you can't wear masks or hoods covering the face in public.
In Georgia, it's forbidden to eat fried chicken with a knife and fork.
In Kansas, tire screeching is illegal.
In Louisiana, taking someone else's crawfish could land you in the big house.
In Maryland, you can't swear in public.
In Montana, you can't have a pet rat.
In Nebraska, you can't get married if you have an STD.
In New Hampshire, you can't pick up seaweed off the beach.
In North Carolina, drunk bingo is banned.
In Pennsylvania, it's illegal to feed your cat or dog less than once a day.
In Tennessee, you can't share your Netflix password.
In Wisconsin, cheese has to be delicious, or at least "highly pleasing."
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