The head of said whale, however, belongs to the King. This law dates back to 1307. The original law read something along the lines of “The King shall have throughout the realm, whales and great sturgeons taken in the sea or elsewhere within the realm, except in certain places privileged by the King.”
§ 100-4. Prohibited acts. [Amended 11-2-1993] A. The following acts are violations of this chapter: (1) [Amended 4-7-2001] The willful disfigurement, marking, defacement or tampering with any tomb, gravestone monument or other object placed or designed as a memorial to the dead or any fence, railing or other thing placed about or enclosing a burial…
If the deceased refuses to take the test they can face fines and a suspension of driving privileges.