As strange as it sounds, it’s illegal in the Evergreen State to attach a vending machine to a utility pole.
While it’s not common practice, they still felt it necessary to put this law into place, the logic behind it is that it’s a hazard to the lives of electrical workers.
Wisconsin Butter Has a Legal Status
Apparently, nothing is better than Wisconsin's butter. A public eating establishment cannot, under the ordinance of the law, serve margarine as a substitute for butter.
The only way they can serve margarine instead of butter is when the customer explicitly requests margarine in case of allergies.
Hats Off to West Virginia
We've all had bad hair days, so we know what it's like to want to cover up with a hat but too bad you can't rely on that if you plan to go see a movie in West Virginia.
One old law bans the wearing of hats in movie theaters and in live performances, based on the fact that they can and probably will obstruct other people's views.
Virginia Has Halloween Regulations
In Chesapeake City, if children want to go trick or treating, they better be younger than 14 years old, anyone older than 14 is banned from the Halloween custom due to mass complaints of older teens wreaking havoc on the eve of All Saints' Day.
The same decree also prohibits trick-or-treating after 8 p.m.!
Keep Your Body Parts to Yourself in Texas
In the grand state of Texas, it's illegal to sell all human organs and tissues — so anything from the eye, kidney, liver, lung, pancreas, bone, or any other organ can't be sold.
However, the offense does not apply when a physician or other medical personnel is involved during the usual course of medical practice.