5 Strange Laws Actually On the Books in Connecticut
Connecticut has, literally, thousands of laws on the books — some wackier than others — and many are no longer being enforced.
From time to time on our Morning Show, I like to talk about some of the strange, crazy laws. Now, like I mentioned, most of these haven't been enforced for years, and I can't imagine anyone ever getting in trouble for breaking one of these laws, but years ago, when they were first introduced there must have been a reason.
I found a list of some of these laws, and thought we should let you know about them because you may actually be breaking the law and not even know it. Here are five of the craziest I could find:
Come on now, love birds, give it a break. Sunday is a day of rest.
Isn't this an oxymoron? It actually may be a good law, because I wouldn't want to attend a rally at a landfill.
This law was probably a preemptive strike, because walking backwards when it's dark out can be dangerous.
Remember when Police made this announcement last year, following the scary clown epidemic that swept the nation? Can you say, IT?
I don't know about you, but I'm not taking any chances. There's no way I'm eating a pickle unless I see it bounce first.