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The most bizarre laws of the US get broken in this ironic photo series

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Would you believe me if I told you that in Alabama you’d be breaking the law if you put an ice cream cone in your back pocket? And if I told you that in California you cannot ride your shiny new bike in a swimming pool?
Not to mention the fact that both things I mentioned are pretty silly to do, you’d probably think I’m making fun of you.
You couldn’t be more wrong as in many US states there are some old laws that are for some strange reason still applicable.

New York based photographer Olivia Locher played about that fact and realized an ironic photo series entitled I fought the law, in which she had fun breaking some of those inexplicable statutes.

Have fun scrolling through the gallery and discovering some more bizarre laws still in vogue in the US.

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In Alabama it’s illegal to have an ice cream cone in your back pocket at all times

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In california nobody is allowed to ride a bicycle in a swimming pool

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In Hawaii coins are not allowed to be placed in one’s ears

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In Wisconsin it’s illegal to serve apple pie in public restaurants without cheese

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In Texas it is illegal for children to have unusual haircuts

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In Connecticut pickles must bounce to officially be considered pickles

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In Delaware it is illegal to wear pants that are “form-fitting” around the waist

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  1. Melissa

    Not a photo of an unusual haircut, but other than that it was awesome!

  2. Margaret

    The law about riding a bike in a swimming pool might be reasonable. If the pool is empty…

  3. Ryan

    “In Wisconsin it’s illegal to serve apple pie in public restaurants without cheese”

    That is not true.

    • justsomething

      These laws are still in effect but nobody follows them

  4. Crystal

    Um I am doing a project for contemporary law and justice and it’s about weird laws and I can’t find any information about the Hawaii one !!! Any ideas

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