Stupid Laws tagged 'clothing'
A city ordinance states that a person cannot go barefoot without first obtaining a special five-dollar permit.
Location: Texas, United States | 4 comments
A girl must have written permission from her father before she can wear a mini skirt that is more than 4 inch above her knee.
Location: Brussels, Belgium | 4 comments
Location: Columbia, Maryland | no comments
Location: New York, United States | no comments
Location: Carmel, New York | no comments
Location: Italy | 2 comments
A person who dyes, stains, or otherwise alters the natural coloring of a bird or rabbit commits a Class B misdemeanor. (Ind. Code 15-2.1-21-13(b)
Location: Indiana, United States | 3 comments
Location: Owensboro, Kentucky | 2 comments
Location: Rochester, Michigan | no comments
Location: Minnesota, United States | one comment
Any person who appears on any highway, or upon the street of any city that has no police protection, when clothed only in ordinary bathing garb, shall be fined no less than five dollars nor more than twenty-five dollars.” – KRS 436.140 (Passed in 1922; Repealed in 1974)
Location: Kentucky, United States | no comments
Location: Scotland | 3 comments
Any whale washed up on the shore is the property of the Queen, so she can use its bones for her corset.
Location: United Kingdom | 4 comments
Any woman who wears pants faces a possible punishment of having the pants ripped off her and torn to pieces by soldiers.
Location: Swaziland | 5 comments
Location: United Kingdom | one comment
Location: El Paso, Texas | no comments
Location: Anniston, Alabama | one comment
Location: Rehoboth Beach, Delaware | no comments
Location: Walnut, California | one comment
Location: Switzerland | no comments
Location: Wynona, Oklahoma | one comment
Committing a misdemeanor while wearing a red mask makes it a felony. This goes back in the days of the Wild West!
Location: Arizona, United States | no comments
Location: Ironton, Ohio | no comments
Location: Haddon, New Jersey | 2 comments
Location: Virginia, United States | no comments