Studies show that over half (52%) of American men will be arrested at least once in their lives. It has also been estimated that one in three people will be arrested by the age of 23. But that will never be you, right?
It is illegal to take longer than 5 minutes to vote in Alabama
In Riverside, CA a local health ordinance requires both parties to wipe their lips with carbonized rose water before they kiss
In Illinois, an unmarried woman is required to call her male companion “Master” when out on a date
In Zion, IL it’s illegal to give an animal a lighted cigar
In Topeka, KS it’s illegal to serve wine in teacups
In Baltimore it’s against the law to take a lion to the movies
In Nebraska it’s illegal for a tavern owner to serve beer if a kettle of soup is not brewing at the same time
New York requires a license for hanging clothes on a clothesline
In Carmel, NY it’s illegal for a man to wear in public a jacket and pants that don’t match
It is illegal to have ice cream in your pocket in New York City
It is illegal to greet someone in New York City by “putting one’s thumb to the nose and wiggling the fingers”
In North Carolina a bingo game can last no longer than five hours
In Oklahoma it is unlawful to have a donkey sleeping in your bathtub past 7 p.m.
In Alaska it is illegal to look at a moose from an airplane
In West Virginia it is illegal to put anything other than a baby in a baby carriage
Birds have the right of way on a Utah highway
You might think you’re pretty familiar with the law, but how many of these laws did you know about? How many have you broken?
Laws You Should Know About Before Traveling the Country
Not so innocent now, are you? Fortunately there are approximately 14,000 bail agents working in the United States who can assist you with bail bonds. If you find yourself in the unfortunate predicament of being arrested for breaking these or any other law, and you can’t pay, you can always turn to a full-service bail bond company to help you out. A full-service bail bond company can take care of everything from misdemeanor bonds to felony criminal bonds. This won’t get you off the hook for sharing a cigar with your dog, but it will at least get you home.