25 Extremely Bizarre Laws We Can’t Believe Are Real

Ready to see a few truly bizarre laws that will make you question the cornerstones for a just society? While most laws protect the individual and society’s interests, every now and then explainable, illogical, and frankly, the dumbest laws in the world slip in. You’d wish these weird laws wouldn’t be passed but somehow, beyond reason, they do. Fortunately for everyone, it’s unlikely they’re ever enforced. From laws concerning what food you may eat to laws defining the clothes a murderer may or may not wear, prepare to be baffled by 25 Extremely Bizarre Laws We Can’t Believe Are Real.

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It's Illegal to Wear a Bulletproof Vest While Committing a Murder In New Jersey

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Isn’t murder already illegal? Well, apparently, murder with a bulletproof vest is even more illegal. Only a really, really bad guy would do something like that.


Bingo Games Can’t Last More Than Five Hours In North Carolina


Four and a half hours of bingo? You’re fine. 5 hours? You better lawyer up.


Beer and Pretzels Cannot Be Served at the Same Time in Any Bar or Restaurant In North Dakota


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.


You May Not Take a Picture of a Rabbit during the Month of June In Wyoming


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.


It Is Illegal For A Man to Give His Sweetheart A Box of Candy Weighing More Than 50 lbs In Idaho


But seriously…who even does that? 50 pounds? Of candy? That deserves to be illegal.

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