It’s a casual Friday. In San Clemente, CA, dreary skies sit on top of the landscape, leaving us sleepy as we go about our work, and anxious for the weekend to come. It’s perhaps a good day for a fun post to brighten up the day. What could be better than some crazy laws? Here are some good ones from several cities in California:
The north bordering city of San Clemente, Dana Point, has one such crazy law. There, you may not use the bathroom if the windows are down.
Norco has a law that you must file for a $100 permit to possess an elephant, hippopotamus, rhinoceros, panther, alligator, tiger, and various other exotic animals. But once you do that, you’re good.
You’ve got to watch out in Chico. If you detonate your nuclear device, you’ll incur a $500 fine.
In Belvedere, an ordinance states, “No dog shall be in a public place without its master on a leash.” You’ve got to be mindful of your master jumping all over little kids.
Bythe is serious about what does and does not constitute a true cowboy. To wear cowboy boots, you have to own at least two cows. One cow, and you’re no cowboy at all.
An ordinance in San Francisco states that, “Private and public storage garages in apartment houses and hotels shall be used only for storage of automobiles,” meaning that it is illegal to store things other than your car in the garage.
It would be a bad idea to film a synchronized swimming video with a bicycle for your Youtube channel in Baldwin Park, as riding a bike in a pool is illegal there.