Michigan Stupid laws
A state law stipulates that a woman’s hair legally belongs to her husband.
It is illegal in Michigan to hitch a crocodile to a fire hydrant. Alligators are seemingly good to go on that one.
In Clawson there is a law that makes it LEGAL for a farmer to sleep with his pigs, cows, horses, goats, and chickens.
In Michigan a woman isn’t allowed to cut her own hair without her husband’s permission.
In Detroit couples are banned from making love in an automobile unless the act takes place while the vehicle is parked on the couple’s own property.
You may not swear in front of women and children in the state of Michigan.
It is legal for a robber to file a law suit, if he or she got hurt in your house.
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A woman isn’t allowed to cut her own hair without her husband’s permission.
Any person over the age of 12 may have a license for a handgun as long as he/she has not been convicted of a felony.
There is a 10 cent bounty for each rat’s head brought into a town office.
Stupid and Crazy Michigan law by county
Clawson - Please DO NOT sleep with the barn yard animals… even though it is very legal!
- There is a law that makes it legal for a farmer to sleep with his pigs, cows, horses, goats, and chickens.
Detroit - pet alligators?
- Alligators may not be tied to fire hydrants.
- It is illegal to let your pig run free in Detroit unless it has a ring in its nose. According to history and animal husbandry, it prevents them from “rooting” in the ground for their food.
- Willfully destroying your old radio is prohibited.
- It is illegal for a man to scowl at his wife on Sunday.
- No person shall throw an abandoned hoop skirt into any street or on any sidewalk, under penalty of a five- dollar fine for each offense.
- It is illegal to paint sparrows to sell them as parakeets.
- It is against the law to serenade your girlfriend.
- All bathing suits must have been inspected by the head of police.
- Smoking while in bed is illegal.
- Anyone can keep their cow on Main Street downtown at a cost of 3 cents per day.