One could argue that Alabama is less a state than just a bunch of people who make up two opposing forces of football fanatics, but Alabama has so much more to give. Representing the deep south, the ‘Heart of Dixie’ state also offers baked grits, gumbo, and fried green tomatoes.
But since we’re here to take about weird laws, Alabama state had made it illegal to wear a fake mustache in church if it results in laughter. Committing such a misdeed could land you in jail. We’d say it’s better to play it safe and leave that phony mustache at home.
Arkansas Honking Can Land You Behind Bars
The 'Natural State' is a dark horse of sorts, for one thing. Someone desperately wanting a sandwich and honking profusely outside a sandwich store is probably to blame for this ridiculous law.
If you decide to honk your horn outside a sandwich shop after 9 pm, you'll be fined, or even worse, you could get locked up!
Arizona Is a Fan of Pearly Whites
Despite the natural beauty of Arizona's canyons and deserts, this state also has some strange laws that forbid men and women from smiling if they have missing teeth! Now that just seems a little discriminatory!
Of course, when we look at the time this law was ordained, it came way back from the times of the Wild West, in a bid to prioritize dentistry and oral health care.
Alaska Takes Its Moose Parts Very Seriously
People seem to get very excited about Alaska’s weird laws, especially since there are so many concerning moose. In Alaska, they sure don't mess around when it comes to these heavy-bodied and long-legged mammals.
If a hunter captures a moose in Alaska, certain parts of the animal — including the head, heart, liver, kidneys, stomach, and hide — have to be salvaged "for human use," in other words, they are legally obligated to use these specific parts.
No Biting in Utah
All we can say is the match that made passing this law necessary was probably nothing like the class we took last week cause in Utah it's illegal to bite your opponent during a boxing match.
The origin of this law is unknown but maybe it's in everyone's best interest to keep this an ongoing law for all intents and purposes.