- Riding your camel on the highway is strictly against the law in Nevada
- Keeping an ice-cream in your back pocket on a Sunday is illegal in Georgia
- Guide reveals the laws that are still in play and which ones to look out for
It is illegal to keep an ice-cream cone in your back pocket on Sunday’s and waking a sleeping bear to take a picture is forbidden in some states across America.
If you’re heading to Arkansas for a holiday, make sure you practise its pronunciation, because if you say the state’s name wrong, you’re breaking the law.
In a bid to help confused holidaymakers stay on the right side of the law on their travels, a hilarious infographic has revealed some of the most ‘crazy laws’ still in place in the US.
The infographic, which was created by Olivet Nazarene University, reveals unusual laws around the US, ranging from women being unable to cut their hair without their husbands permission in Michigan to keeping Christmas decorations up after January 14th being banned in Maine.
Many holidaymakers find it difficult enough to stay out of trouble when travelling the world – but laws stating that it is illegal to fall asleep with your shoes on in North Dakota and implementing a $10 fine for anyone wearing a sleeveless shirt in a public park in Maryland, makes it that much more difficult.
For example, in Alabama you can expect a visit from a police officer if you wear a fake moustache that may make anyone laugh in church – and in Indiana, the upper lip facial hair is against the law if the wearer has a tendency to habitually kiss other humans.
In Montana, law-breakers will be slapped with a $50,000 (£35,000) fine and up to five years in prison if they guide a sheep onto a railway track with the intent to damage the train.
Travellers should think about investing in a car, because riding a camel on the highway is strictly forbidden in Nevada.
Travellers also better invest in a car, because riding a camel on the highway is strictly forbidden in Nevada
Visitors to New York may be pleased with the new slippers they purchased in the winter sales but wearing them is another story. The law states that no one is to wear the comfy shoe after 10pm.
As of 1973, visitors and locals in New Hampshire will be breaking the law if they are found collecting seaweed at night and in South Dakota, it is illegal to sleep in a cheese factory.
In Tennessee, there is a genuine law forbidding people from sharing their Netflix password.
Originally posted 2016-02-03 08:23:12.