101 strangest laws around the world

Strangest Laws Around the World

People do bizarre things, therefore strange laws are written to help level them out.
In London, it is illegal for a City cab to carry rabid dogs or corpses.

In England, it is illegal to die in the Houses of Parliament.

It England, it is an act of treason to place a postage stamp bearing the Queen upside down.

Under the UK's Tax Avoidance Schemes Regulations 2006, it is illegal not to tell the taxman anything you don't want him to know, yet you don't have to tell him anything you don't mind him knowing.

Navy ships that enter London Port must provide a barrel of rum to the Constable of the Tower of London.

A pregnant woman can legally relieve herself anywhere she wants, even, even in a policeman's helmet.

In Lancashire, no person is permitted after being asked to stop by a constable on the beach front to incite a dog to bark.

All males over the age of 14 must carry out two hours a day of longbow practice.

Freemen are allowed to take a flock of sheep across London Bridge without being charged the toll, they are also allowed to drive geese down Cheapside.

In the UK, a man who needs to relieve himself in public can do so only if he aims for his rear wheel of his own car and keeps his right hand on the vehicle.

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