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Dumb Arizona Laws

Note: All cited laws are real and currently in effect, and have been verified for authenticity by practicing attorney Nathan Belofsky, Esq., the world's leading authority on strange laws.

  • In the State of Arizona, it’s illegal to buy a human egg in order to clone yourself.
  • In Arizona, it’s a crime to sell eggs with black rot, white rot, or mixed rot.
  • In Arizona, using waste from a junkyard or dump to stuff a mattress is illegal.
  • In Arizona, it’s a crime to leave a fishing pole unattended.
  • In Arizona, it’s a crime to sell horsemeat to humans without warning letters 8 inches high.
  • In Arizona, a gallon of ice cream must weigh at least four and a half pounds.
  • In Arizona, it’s a crime for a mine worker to scrawl obscene messages on a toilet stall.
  • In Arizona, one needs a permit to feed swine.
  • In Arizona, food served to swine must first be cooked.
  • In Arizona, it’s a crime to harass a seeing-eye dog.
  • In Arizona, it’s unlawful to tamper with a petroglyph found in a cave.
  • In Arizona, it’s a crime to abuse a venerated object.
  • In Arizona, making a duplicate key to a public building without permission is a misdemeanor.
  • In Arizona, it’s a crime to brand, scarify, or mutilate the body of a minor without a parent being present.
  • In Arizona, one cannot sell eggs that are addled, green, moldy, musty or that have meat spots.
  • In Arizona, the law requires a specialized commission to assure the safety of certified white amur.
  • In Arizona, a person who furnishes a common towel or cup to more than one person is subject to prosecution.
  • In Arizona, a restaurant offering horsemeat must have a warning in green print on the menu.
  • In Arizona, it’s a crime to cast, rope or throw someone else’s cow without their permission.

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