These probably get broken a lot
There’s no telling how some of the laws that you’ll find hidden in your state’s big book of laws got there, but you can bet that it was an interesting story. From luring horses with ice cream to flying witches to hunting sea creatures on the great plains of America, there are tons of weird laws out there that actually seem impossible to break.
How does your state deal with their weird laws?
Law in Swaziland forbids witches to fly more than 150 meters above ground. (gaxee)
That’s entirely reasonable. Any higher, and they start being a danger to air traffic. (kind_of_a_man)
I think older witches should be allowed to fly higher, like say, 200 meters. That can ease them by avoiding both witch traffic and air traffic. (gaxee)
Don’t Do It
It’s illegal to die in Parliament in the UK. (deadmanftw123)
And suicide is illegal in some parts of the world. Who are you going to punish in either of these cases? (the_realCOSMONAUT)
In Belgium it is not allowed to throw confetti that has already fallen on the ground, back in the air. (meksim5euro)
One minute you’re at a birthday party with your two year old, and the next you’re sprinting across the room as you desperately try to stop your child from breaking the most sacred law of your land. (ToastyNoScope)