Swearing at someone over the phone in virginia is punishable by a $100 fine.

It is illegal to use the telephone to either sell things or raise funds

You must buy a license for 93 cents to sell song books on the street.

It is illegal to spit, loogie, puke or urinate on the streets.

It’s against the law to tickle a girl under her chin with a feather duster in order to get her attention.

It’s illegal to “spit, expectorate or deposit any sputum, saliva or any form of saliva or sputum.”

It’s illegal to imitate a police whistle.

Law requires all bathtubs to be kept out in the yards, not inside the houses.

The wording of the town’s barbershop permit law indicates that the permit will be revoked if you’re caught operating without a permit.

It is illegal to kick your wife out of bed.

It is illegal for a woman to drive a car up Main Street unless her husband is walking in front of the car waving a red flag.

It is also unlawful to drive by the same place within 30 minutes on Atlantic Avenue.

It is illegal to use profanity on Atlantic Avenue or the boardwalk.

It is illegal for a person to ride on the handlebars of a bike.

If you are drunk and not driving your car, and the person who is driving the car is drunk as well, you may both receive DUIs.

It is illegal to skate down the sidewalk of Main Street.

It is legal for a man to beat his wife on the courthouse steps so long as it is before 8:00 pm.

It is illegal to flip a coin in a restaurant to see who pays for a coffee.

It is illegal to park a car on railroad tracks.

Sec. 21-2. Standing of vehicles on tracks.

It shall be unlawful and a Class 1 misdemeanor for any person to stand any wagon or other vehicle on the track of any railroad, so as to hinder or endanger a moving train.

It is illegal to cuss in the presensce of another.

Sec. 16-10. Abusive Language.

If any person shall, in the presence or hearing of another, curse or abuse such other person, or use any violent abusive language to such person concerning himself or any of his relations, or otherwise use such language, under circumstances reasonably calculated to provoke a breach of the peace, he shall […]

No person may keep a skunk as a pet.

Sec. 4-69. Definitions.

For purposes of this article, the following words and phrases shall have the meanings respectively ascribed to them by this section:

Animal shall include any live vertebrate creature, domestic or wild, not to include birds.

Pet shall mean any animal kept for pleasure rather than utility.

Vicious animal shall mean any animal […]

Women must wear a corsette after sundown and be in the company of male chaperone.

A man may face 60 days in jail for patting a woman’s posterior.

Spitting on a sea gull is not tolerated.

A special license is required for persons wishing to sell such items as tableware and coins.

130-1. License required.

No person, firm or corporation, operating as either an itinerant or permanent dealer, as defined in § 130-2 herein, may purchase gold, silver, platinum, platinum-plated or pewter, including but not limited to such items as tableware or other household items, watches, jewelry or coins, without a license as provided for herein.