Laws, rules and regulations are generally legislated and enforced to make life a little easier for the citizens instead of causing them headaches. California is notorious for its strict laws in the entire country. Wonâ€™t it be exciting to compare these laws with the dumb Alaska laws and see for ourselves how stupid can one get in framing laws such as those mentioned below. Some of the laws are so straight forward that one is forced to speculate why these things actually became laws. Anyways, letâ€™s hope that our lawmakers and legislators keep surprising us in the years to come.
1 – You Canâ€™t Cast a One Month Baby in Your Next Movie!
A sad sad day for the film producers! You must have permission from a pediatrician before filming a child under the age of one month. How the ruddy hell are the infants going to make their names big in the entertainment industry? Physicians, being a circumspect lot, are definitely not going to allow one month babies to star in movies! We wonder howâ€™s the Hollywood going to survive such a great jolt! No more one month old baby film stars!
2 – Dogs Banned from Chasing!
Bad news for dogs, good news for bears and bobcats! The wildlife can enjoy this relief while the dogs need to rely on food they get at home!
3 – Bring Your Own Bags to Buy Grocery
In San Jose and Sunnyvale it is illegal for grocery stores to provide plastic bags. This law was passed mainly due to increase in plastic pollution. Well, it would be odd carrying your own bags to a grocery store, what if you run short of bags at the store?
4 – Throwing Frisbee at Beaches is Illegal!
You may only throw a Frisbee at the beach in Los Angeles County, CA with the lifeguardâ€™s permission. You might hit someoneâ€™s face, or they lose a tooth or two. In case, you fail to comply with the law and play frisbee despite being warned by the coast guard not to do so, you can be fined as much as $1,000. So, better be careful when you turn up at a beach in the Los Angeles county!
5 – No Public Bathing Allowed!
Public pools and bathhouses are against the law in California, folks! You must take a bath within the premises of your house or within the confines of your bathroom. Bathing publicly can land you in serious trouble!