Be prepared for some interesting yet queer stuff. You will experience happiness, shock, eccentricity in just one story, here.
We bring you some really funny images of American photographer, Olivia Locher, from her series, "I Fought The Law".
Olivia has done an amazing job with her creativity. Cheeky. Poking fun. Tongue-in-cheek revolt. Perplexing. Innovative. Perfect words for the snaps. Some of the laws in America, that are brought to light by Olivia, are outdated and absurd.
Some of the state laws are so slapstick that you will wonder what could be the reason behind them. Ranging from not having more than two dildos in a house in Arizona to not slurping a soup in public in New Jersey, these laws are queer!
Go ahead, grab some fun with this clever take on some of the really ridiculous laws in America!
This trick is illegal, wherein you tie a dollar bill to a string and pull it away when someone tries to pick it up.
You are not allowed to undress in front of a man's portrait.
It is illegal to place the Flag of America on a bar of soap.
Yes, you cannot have more than two dildos in a house. Wondering what would be the reason! *Tongue-in-cheek*
You cannot cross a state line while a bird is atop your head! It means you cannot cross the Wisconsin/Minnesota border with the bird on your head.
It is not legal for a man to be sexually aroused in public! *Eye roll*
For pickles to be called pickles, they must bounce!
Wonder what all else should bounce! *Grin*
You cannot PDA with your automobile! Gosh! Why?!
One cannot carry a paper bag containing a violin and walk down the street. Any guesses for the queer law?
Mind it, you can lick 'someone' in public, but not a toad!
It is declared illegal to tickle a woman under the chin with a feather duster. Maybe, you can surely use your hands, then! Huh! Cheesy me!
It is unlawful to ride a bicycle in a swimming pool.
It is illegal to paint sparrows and then sell them as parakeets.
Yes, kids cannot have unusual funky haircuts! *Pursed lips*
Can feel the pain, kids!
It is a punishable offence if you hammer a nail into a tree. The offence can be fined with 50 dollars!
Maybe you guessed it right! Yes peeps, you can be arrested for slurping a soup in public! Pondering over, if the sound may arouse someone!
It is illegal to place coins in one's ears! Yes, there are better places to hide them!
You cannot wear transparent clothing. Yes, wear something inside that raincoat! Lol!
Spit on a seagull, and you will be fined.
....You cannot paint your lawn, red!
It is an offence to serve wine in teacups. Wondering, why will anyone?
A parent can be arrested for perming his/her child's hair without a state license. Hope, there will not be a ban on combing, soon!
It is illegal to have weed in your yard. Yes, no 420-friendly stuff in the backyard, mind it!
Think before you deface a milk carton, JFF! You may get into some serious trouble.
It is against the law to paint polka dots on the American Flag.
Photographing upskirt photos can be a crime.
Folks, you cannot gargle in public. But maybe, puke! *Wink*
It is punishable to serve apple pie in public restaurants, without cheese.
Huh, such a taste-conscious group!
It is illegal to kill or even preserve any living creature, without a license. Your love for souvenirs, may not be understood here!
You cannot step out in public clothed in liquid latex. Umm, can figure out the obvious reasons!
It is unlawful to sell hollow logs.
A hairdresser cannot groom one's pubic hair. Now, this is queer and shocking! Or is it for safety purposes?
It is illegal to test one's physical endurance while driving a car on the highway. Yeah, that's right.
You cannot wear pants that are heavily fitted around the waist.
It is illegal for restaurants to use coloured margarine unless the menu indicates it.
There is no serving perfume as liquor, otherwise be ready to face the flak from the authorities.
Defacing rocks is a criminal offence.
Television programme, Sesame Street, was once banned from a broadcast.
You cannot drive if there are more than 3 people in the front seat of a vehicle. Yes, safety matters.
It is unlawful to cause static charge. The phenomenon of static electricity requires a separation of positive and negative charges.