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.
It was once illegal to own a pet dog in Iceland.

In 1471 Switzerland, the Cockerel was found guilty of "In defiance of natural law" by laying an egg. It was executed.

In Stelvio, Italy, 1519, a gang of moles that had damaged crops was given an arrest warrant. They never showed up for court.

In Seville, Spain, in 1983, a German Sheppard was arrested for stealing woman's handbags.

In Turkey, it was illegal to drink coffee during the 16th and 17th century. It was punishable by death.

2000 years ago in Rome, Julius Caesar banned chariots from Rome city centre to ease congestion.

In Switzerland, it use to be illegal to slam a car door.

In Denmark, you legally have to check under your car for children asleep before you start it.

In Denmark it is not against the law to escape from prison.

In Bermuda, private cars were illegal until 1948

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