Photos that poke fun at silly United States laws

In the United States, there are both federal and state laws; each of the 50 states are allowed to formulate and implement their own laws. Some of these laws are rarely implemented and are even considered weird, controversial and obnoxious. While some are outlandish and could rarely be broken nonchalantly by the average citizen. And some laws refer to behaviour so commonplace that many could be breaking the law without even noticing.

You won’t believe some of the silly and stupid laws that still exist in the United States. That’s what Manhattan-based photographer Olivia Locher thought when he decided to create this humorous photography series. He pokes fun at silly laws from states from Kansas to Tennessee and Maine, Utah, Rhode Island, and Oregon.

A lot of these laws will leave you scratching your head. In fact, did you know that it’s against the law to have sex with a corpse in Illinois or be able to sell your eyeballs in Texas?

Check out this and other bizarre, but real laws below:

Silly United States laws: You cannot test your physical endurance while driving Silly United States laws: You cannot sell hollow logs Silly United States laws: No tickling of women under the chin with a feather duster Silly United States laws: Pickles must bounce to be considered pickles Silly United States laws: It's illegal to serve apple pie in restaurants without cheese Silly United States laws: You cannot serve wine in teacups Silly United States laws: No transparent clothing Silly United States laws: No violins can be carried in paper bagsSilly United States laws: Kids cannot have unusual haircuts Silly United States laws: You cannot wear pants that are form-fitting around the waist Silly United States laws: No ice cream cones in you back pocket Silly United States laws: No riding bicycles in swimming poolsSilly United States laws: No more that two dildos per household


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