This New Hawaii Law Will Make You Think Twice Before Stepping In The Street

If you’re annoyed with pedestrians in Honolulu constantly looking at their phones – even while crossing the street – you’ll be glad to hear about the latest city law intended to make everyone in Hawaii’s capital city much safer. You see, a new law was just passed that prohibits pedestrians from texting (or looking at their phones at all) while crossing the streets of Honolulu.

This new law is just the latest in a line of sometimes odd illegal activities in the Aloha State.

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