Not Many People Realize That These 12 Things Are Actually Illegal In New Jersey

Every state has some questionable laws on the books and New Jersey is no different. Throughout the years, politicians have established some pretty strange policies, many of which may have you scratching your head. The following curious items were once, or are currently, illegal, despite how ridiculous they might seem. A few have slipped by, staying on the books by oversight. While they may not be enforced, they’re still fun to learn about.

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While this compilation of weird laws was compiled from the most reliable sources possible, this IS still the internet. Do you have any more information on these strange statues, or are there any other crazy New Jersey laws you can add?