Appropriately timed for Thanksgiving weekend, Georgia seems to have quite a few bird issues.
In Columbus, you can't cut off a chicken's head on Sunday. But what about Sunday dinner with the fam?
In Dublin, a person must obtain a permit to spread rat poison. How about we just outlaw rat poison all together and call it a day?
In Atlanta, it is against the law to tie a giraffe to a telephone pole or street lamp. You'll have to find a bike rack, or something.
Donkeys may not be kept in bathtubs. Dirty donkeys! We've seen this law in another state.
Goldfish may not be given away to entice someone to enter a game of bingo. Oh, Grandma. You and your goldfish. And your bingo.
In Quitman, It is illegal for a chicken to cross the road. But how do they get to the other side? (I know, you saw that one coming.)
In Columbus, it is illegal to carry a chicken by its feet down Broadway on Sunday. It's much more Godly to carry them by the neck, don't you know?
In Athens, owners of mules may not allow their animal to roam around Athens unsupervised. You know mules. They can be such troublemakers.
In Dublin, rocks may not be thrown at birds. How kind. Unless you are armed with a slingshot.
In Conyers, one may not place a dead bird on a neighbor's lawn. But what if you're just being neighborly by dropping off Thanksgiving leftovers?
Law information source: stupidlaws.com and dumblaws.com.