Photographer illustrates bizarre laws of the United States
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Each country has its own bizarre laws that made sense at one point in history, but over time began to become outdated. With this in mind, the photographer Olivia Locher created the test I Fought the Law (I fought the law, in Portuguese) to illustrate some laws that make no sense, but are still valid in the United States. Hilarious!
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See some photos below with their respective laws and:
It is forbidden to walk with an ice cream cone in your back pocket (Alabama)
It is forbidden to gargle in public (Louisiana) / It is forbidden to wear transparent clothing (Rhode Island).
It is forbidden to tickle the chin of a woman with a mop (Maine) / It is forbidden to walk the streets carrying a paper bag with a violin in (Utah).
It is forbidden serve apple pie without cheese in public restaurants (Wisconsin) / It is forbidden to paint polka dots on the American flag (Washington).
Photographer illustrates The pickles are not officially considered pickles if they jump (Connecticut) / It is forbidden to put coins in the ear (Hawaii).
It is prohibited to children have unusual haircuts (Texas) / It is forbidden to serve wine in cups (Kansas).
It is forbidden to paint sparrows to sell them as parakeets (Michigan) / It is forbidden to lick sapo (Kentucky).
It is forbidden to deface a milk box (Missouri). It is forbidden to undress in front of the portrait of a man (Ohio).
It is forbidden to go fishing with dynamite (Pennsylvania). It is forbidden to men with mustache kiss women (Nevada).
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