Not Many People Realize That These 7 Things Are Illegal In North Dakota
When it comes to crazy laws, North Dakota certainly has its fair share. Even though these laws aren’t necessarily heavily enforced today, at some point they made it into the state law books. It makes you curious what exactly happened that they had to make laws about some of these things. We may never know that, and we’ll definitely never know why these weird laws in North Dakota still exist.
What are your favorite weird laws in ND? North Dakota has a lot of weird and interesting history that makes it pretty unique. Check out these almost unbelievable facts about the Peace Garden State. You’d be amazed at some of the weird things about ND you’ll discover. If you really feel the urge to break some of these laws you might need to hop in the RV and take a road trip to South Dakota where just about anything goes.
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Weird Laws In North Dakota
What are some of the weirdest laws in North Dakota?
Like every other state, North Dakota has several laws we may not agree with. While some of the state's laws at least make sense, there are several others that are beyond weird. Listed below are five of the weirdest laws in North Dakota.
1. If you clone yourself, you could face a maximum of five years in prison and have to pay a $10,000 fine.
2. According to the state legislature, all coal mines must have adequate toilet paper.
3. In order to kill a pigeon in Fargo, North Dakota, you must have a license. Even if you want to kill one in your own backyard, you'll need a permit from the Fargo Health Department because the excreta of these birds have been known to carry strains of E.coli.
What are three crazy laws in North Dakota that are sure to leave you speechless?
In addition to the weird laws listed above, there are several other strange laws in North Dakota. In fact, some of them are pretty crazy, including the three laws listed below.
1. It’s illegal to let your horse sleep in your bathtub. For that matter, they are not allowed in the house either.
2. Speaking of bathtubs... In Collierville, all bathtubs must be kept in the backyard.
3. In Devil's Lake, fireworks are now allowed to be set off between the hours of Midnight and 8 a.m. making New Year's a little bland and uneventful - unless you prematurely set off your fireworks.
Want even more weirdness? Even though these aren't official laws there are certain unwritten rules you must follow if you are living in North Dakota.