Believe it or not, it’s against the law to walk around with an ice cream cone in your back pocket when you’re in Alabama.
It makes complete sense, though. Why would you want to do that to yourself? In addition, there are a bunch of other obscure laws that are currently being enforced around the United States.
In a recent photo series conducted by Olivia Locher, a handful of outrageous laws from Maine to California are visualized.
If you plan on traveling any time soon and engaging in strange activities, you’re going to want to know your rights first. Or the rights you don’t have, rather.
Check them out below!
It’s against the law to tickle a woman under her chin with a feather duster in Maine.
You can’t carry a violin in a paper bag while in public in Utah.
It’s unlawful to sell hollow logs in Tennessee.
You can’t wear transparent clothing in Rhode Island. I’m guessing they’ve had horrific experiences with that kind of stuff.
Serving wine in teacups while in Kansas is highly illegal. Mugs are fine, though.
In California, it’s against the law to ride a bike in a swimming pool.
Don’t walk around with an ice cream cone in your back pocket while in Alabama. That’d also be illegal.
If pickles don’t bounce in Connecticut, they’re not considered pickles.
In Wisconsin, it’s against the law to serve apple pie without cheese.
While you’re in Oregon, you can’t test your physical endurance or exercise while driving. Kiss your spring workout routine goodbye!
Don’t put coins in your ears while in Hawaii. That’s illegal, too.
In Texas, it’s unlawful for children to have absurd, obscure haircuts.
Wearing jeans that are form-fitting around the waist is considered unlawful in Delaware.
H/T: UFunk, Photos Courtesy: Olivia Locher