Minnesota's Dumb and Crazy laws

• A Blue Earth, Minnesota, law declares that no child under the age of twelve may talk over the telephone unless monitored by a parent.
• A Minnesota tax form is quite thorough. Some would say too thorough. It even asks for your date of death.
• A person may not cross state lines with a duck atop his head.
• A woman isn't allowed to cut her own hair without her husband's permission.
• All bathtubs must have feet.
• All men driving motorcycles must wear shirts.
• Any person over the age of 12 may have a license for a handgun as long as he/she has not been convicted of a felony.
• Citizens may not enter Wisconsin with a chicken on their head.
• Clawson: There is a law that makes it legal for a farmer to sleep with his pigs, cows, horses, goats, and chickens.
• Every man in Brainerd, Minnesota is required by law to grow a beard.
• 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.
• Hamburgers may not be eaten on Sundays.
• Harper Woods: It is illegal to paint sparrows to sell them as parakeets.
• Hibbing: It shall be the duty of any policeman or any other officer to enforce the provisions of this Section, and if any cat is found running at large, or which is found in any street, alley or public place, it shall be the duty of any policeman or other officer of the city to kill such cat.
• In Duluth, Minnesota it is illegal to allow animals to sleep in a bakery.
• In Minnesota, it's illegal to tease skunks. (As if being sprayed weren't enough of a deterrent.)
• It is illegal to sleep naked.
• It is legal for a robber to file a law suit, if he or she got hurt in your house.
• It used to be legal in Minnesota to sell rolled candy on Sunday, and illegal to sell flat candy. The wafer people have gotten this one repealed.
• Minneapolis: Red cars can not drive down Lake Street
• Minnesota has repealed its so-called "Twinkie" law, under which a Minneapolis City Council candidate was indicted for dispensing $34 worth of Twinkies, Ho-Hos, cookies, Kool-Aid and coffee to some senior citizens.
• Minnesotans are forbade from teasing skunks.
• No man is allowed to make love to his wife with the smell of garlic, onions, or sardines on his breath in Alexandria, Minnesota. If his wife so requests, law mandates that he must brush his teeth.
• Oral sex is prohibited.
• Public intoxication is a crime in Pennsylvania but specifically not a crime in Minnesota.
• Rochester: All bathing suits must have been inspected by the head of police. Smoking while in bed is illegal.
• St. Cloud: Hamburgers may not be eaten on Sundays.
• There is a 10 cent bounty for each rat's head brought into a town office.
• Virginia: You're not allowed to park your elephant on Main Street.
• Wayland: Anyone can keep their cow on Main Street downtown at a cost of 3 cents per day.
• You may not swear in front of women and children in the state of Michigan.
Kalamazoo: It is against the law to serenade your girlfriend.
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