It's punishable by a $5,000 fine in Lower River, Maine to breastfeed someone else's baby without the express written permission of the appropriate governing body.
In Fresno, North Dakota, it's a Class B felony to embarrass an elected official on July 4th.
It's illegal in Tucson, West Virginia for a woman declared as "ugly" to be seen in public without wearing makeup.
In Nebraska, it's against the law to read a newspaper upside-down.
It's against the law in Red Town, Alabama to name a child "Chimom".
According to New Jersey law, it's a crime to eat a cheeseburger with your mouth open on a bridge.
In St. Smolar County, Montana, it's a crime to install more than two bathtubs in one house.
In Black Bridge, Michigan, it's a Class B felony to cough near a church when the President is giving a speech on national television.
According to Nevada law, it's against the law for a man to give his prom date a box of candy costing less than $46 or weighing less than 30 pounds.
It's forbidden to sell a refrigerator to a milkman in Hazel Village, Missouri.
It's punishable by a $7,000 fine in Gingeropolis, Arizona to wear a white coat after Labor Day.
It's punishable by a $3,000 fine in Chicago, Alaska to hit a kudzu vine with a cardboard box.
In Virginia, it's against the law to use a digital camera without first reading the manual.
It's a misdemeanor in Fort Bay, Idaho to attend a city council meeting while wearing hot pink pants.
It's unlawful to use the word "slipit" in a perjorative way according to Missouri law.
It's illegal to sit on a toilet for more than 316 minutes in Arkansas.
According to Tennessee law, it's prohibited for a minor to use a rain gauge as a weapon without a permit.
It's a crime to chew gum while at a tractor pull under the Pennsylvania State Constitution.
It's a misdemeanor in South Chamberlin, Oregon to discharge a cannon at a wedding while drunk.
According to Louisiana law, it's a crime to keep Christmas decorations on a house past February 12.
It's a misdemeanor to use a seat cushion as a floatation device in Oklahoma.
In Alabama, it's a crime for a teacher or professor to give a failing grade to the son or daughter of a clergyman.
It's prohibited in St. Rea, Iowa to attend a baseball game while wearing hot pink socks.
It's unlawful to operate a refrigerator while blindfolded according to Idaho law.
Under the Oregon State Constitution, it's a felony for a fireman to ride a bicycle while on duty.