Photographer Breaks 41 Of The Most Ridiculous Laws In America, And It’s Hilarious

Rules are made to be broken.

That statement might not be entirely true. But I am certain that you’d agree with me on the next. Laws can be very ridiculous at times. I get that every law has a right context or some historical story behind it. But the following laws make your head scratch by their absurdity.

Olivia Locher might have thought the same thing, so she started her “I Fought The Law” project. She photographs some of the most creative and funny images that poke fun at these ridiculous laws.

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#1 Having an ice-cream cone in your back pocket is considered illegal in Alabama.

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#2 It is not allowed to disrobe in front of a man’s portrait in Ohio.

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#3 It’s illegal to tie a dollar bill to a string and pull It away in Pennsylvania.

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#4 It is considered illegal to have more than two dildos in a home in Arizona.

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#5 A person is not allowed to cross state lines with a bird on his head, in Minnesota.

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#6 You may not put an American flag on soap in Nevada.

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#7 It is considered illegal to make love to a car in Oklahoma.

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#8 You may not carry a violin in a bag while walking down the street in Utah.

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#9 Pickles must be bouncy to be even considered pickles in Connecticut.

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#10 You may not ride a bicycle in a pool in California.

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#11 You are not allowed to slurp soup in public in New Jersey.

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#12 It is illegal to tickle women under the chin with a feather duster in Maine.

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#13 It is considered unlawful if a man is sexually aroused in public in Indiana.

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#14 You are not allowed to paint sparrows in Michigan.

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#15 Children are not allowed to have unusual haircuts in Texas.

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#16 It is unlawful to hammer a nail into a tree in Maryland.

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#17 You are not allowed to wear transparent clothes in Rhodes Island.

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#18 It is illegal to spit on a seagull in Virginia.

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#19 Coin’s should not be placed in someone’s ear in Hawaii.

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#20 It is not allowed to serve wine in teacups in Kansas.

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#21 You may not lick a toad in Kentucky.

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#22 It is illegal to paint your lawn red in Kentucky.

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#23 You may not serve apple pie without cheese in Wisconsin.

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#24 It is illegal to cause static in South Dakota.

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#25 You cannot kill or preserve any living creature without a license in Arkansas.

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#26 It is unlawful to paint polka dots on an American flag in Washington.

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#27 You should not have weeds in your lawn in Colorado.

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#28 You cannot deface a milk carton in Missouri.

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#29 You cannot perm a child’s hair without a license in Nebraska.

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#30 You cannot drive and exercise at the same time in Oregon.

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#31 It is illegal to wear liquid latex in Florida.

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#32 It is illegal to gargle in public in Louisiana.

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#33 You cannot wear form-fitting pants in Delaware.

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#34 It is illegal for a hairdresser to groom one’s nether regions in Wyoming.

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#35 It is illegal to sell hollow logs in Tennessee.

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#36 It is considered illegal to serve perfume as liquor in Delaware.

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#37 You cannot sell colored margarine in Vermont.

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#38 Defacing rocks in considered illegal in New Mexico.

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#39 Three people can’t sit in the front seat in Alaska.

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#40 Sesame Street was once banned from Pbs in Mississippi.

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#41 Photographing up skirts in Massachusetts in considered illegal.

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