Every so often a state comes along that makes you wonder. Are they focused on what's really important? Hmmm. Here's Minnesota. You decide.
A person may not cross state lines with a duck top his head. The fact that this is a problem that need a law bewilders me. So...as long as you stay within the state, a duck on your head is fine, but once you cross state lines, trouble ensues?
Citizens may not enter Wisconsin with a chicken on their head. As if the duck law wasn't specific enough.
In Hibbing, policeman are required to kill stray cats. Just right there, in the streets, or is Hibbing required to wait for the blink of an eye like most cities in America?
Animals may not sleep in bakeries. But after they eat all those pastries, they're bound to want a nap!
Cats are not allowed to chase dogs up telephone poles. But the reverse is fine, I presume.
It is illegal to park an elephant on Main Street. Completely understandable. They would likely take up two parking spaces, which would just be unfair. Park it on a side street, people.
It is illegal to tease skunks. Wouldn't this be one of those "natural consequence" type issues?
Rats have a 10-cent bounty. Is that dead or alive?
Law information source: stupidlaws.com and dumblaws.com