These 9 Crazy Laws In Alaska Will Leave You Scratching Your Head In Wonder

All around the country there are strange laws that have seemed to slip under the radar and have gone unnoticed for quite some time. Every city and state has a select few, entertaining laws that are still in effect to this day. Here are the weirdest laws in Alaska that technically can still get you thrown in jail!

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Which of these laws do you find funniest? Did you know about the weirdest laws in Alaska? Are there are any other strange ones we’ve missed? Let us know in the comments below!

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Weirdest Laws In Alaska

November 20, 2020

Why does Alaska have so many crazy laws?

Many people came to Alaska because it was the “last frontier.” There were very few laws around, and so some people did pretty crazy things. To stop unwanted behavior, Alaskans made very specific laws that showed just how stir crazy some of these Alaska residents got!

Why are there so many animals specific laws?

There is a ton of wildlife in Alaska, and the animals in our huge state are always an object of fascination. It makes sense that many people try to get close… or in our case, feed them alcoholic beverages, among other things. The specific laws allow the animal to live in peace and tries to deter some of our resident’s more unique sense of humor.

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