You’ve Probably Been Doing A Few Of These Illegal Things In Indiana And Never Knew It
Okay, so, let’s face it – sometimes, we break the law entirely by accident. Whether it’s a minor mistake in traffic or some other meager infraction, we’re usually hit with a twang of guilt before moving on with our lives. But, if we’re being honest here, there’s some pretty weird stuff on the books in the Hoosier state; you know, stuff you might not even know you’re not supposed to do. In fact, every state has its share of wacky and weird laws, but these bizarre Indiana laws might just take the cake (unless that’s illegal, too). We bet you didn’t know:
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As a bonus point, simply because it must be mentioned, once upon a time in the town of South Bend, it was illegal to force your pet monkey to smoke cigarettes. We have so many questions. Like, what if the monkey isn’t “forced”? What if your pet monkey decides for himself that he wants a cigar one day, then what? Is that cool? He’s an adult, right? There are no other laws on the books to consult about this. The world might never know.
How many of these bizarre Indiana laws applied to you? Admit it, you know you’ve been thinking about tie-dying your parrot…right? Just us?
Looking for more Indiana shenanigans? Check out this article for some all-too-relatable memes about the Hoosier State.
What are your favorite wacky Indiana laws? Tell us about them in the comments.
Tori Jane Ostberg plays with tornadoes for fun. When she's not out chasing the biggest and baddest storms mama nature has to offer, she can usually be found writing something, somewhere, or exploring the desert southwest with her camera.
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