20 Ridiculous Laws in Michigan
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There is a 3 cent bounty for each starling and 10 cent bounty for each crow killed in any village, township, or city in the state.
This one was repealed in 2006, but up until that point, crow hunters were broke. That’s why they were crow hunters.
Persons may not be drunk on trains.
Especially if they’re driving it, one would imagine.
A woman isn’t allowed to cut her own hair without her husband’s permission.
Nobody should cut their own hair anyway.
In Grand Haven, no person shall throw an abandoned hoop skirt into any street or on any sidewalk, under penalty of a five-dollar fine for each offense.
Those five dollars soon mount up if you have an old bag of hoop skirts.
Security guards at Joe Louis Arena will confiscate any item they feel might be thrown onto the ice.
That’s why all of the fish-mongers keep losing their octopi.
It is illegal to kill a dog using a decompression chamber.
No shit, right?
The last Sunday in June of every year was named “log cabin day”.
That was the day the middle little pig got to celebrate.
In Detroit, articles of bedding sold as new to be of all new material and labeled. No person shall sell as new any article of bedding or filling material unless it is made from all new material and a label, meeting all specifications of division 2 of this article, is securely attached to the outside covering.
Quit trying to sell your old mattress, Detroiters.
Willfully destroying your old radio is prohibited in Detroit.
Again, fair enough. Old radios are so pretty.
In Clawson, it’s legal for a farmer to sleep with his pigs, cows, horses, goats, and chickens.