Stupid Indiana Laws
It is forbidden to throw your couch, computer, light or television accross the street.
Sec. 54-61. Throwing objects across streets, alleys, sidewalks and other public places.
It shall be unlawful for any person to throw any snowball, stone or other hard substance, or any other missile along, across or over any street, alley, sidewalk or other public place within the limits of the city.
(Code 1974, ï¿½ 18-2)
Indianappolis disallows one from collecting rags on Sundays and Holidays.
Sec. 401-103. Rag and paper collecting. No person shall engage in the occupation of paper or rag collecting or general junking on foot, or by handcart, automobile or other vehicle, before the hour of 7:30 a.m. or after the hour of 5:30 p.m., except in the area of the city bounded on the north by North Street, on the south by South Street, on the east by East Street, and on the west by West Street; provided, however, no paper or rag collecting shall be permitted at any time of the day or night on Sundays or legal holidays. (Code 1975, Â§ 20-11)
Indianappolis allows the throwing of rocks and other missles at animals as long as it’s in self defense.
Sec. 403-4. Throwing stones or other missiles. It shall be unlawful for any person to throw any stone or other missile at any bird or any animal, except in self-defense, or to throw a stone or other missile on or across any street, alley or public place of the city. (Code 1975, Â§ 20-6)
You should limit the speed of your horse to 10mph and obey all traffic regulations.
Sec. 441-105. Effect of this chapter on horses and other animals. No horse or other animal, either driven or ridden, shall be left unattended, unhitched or insecurely fastened upon any street or public place, or hitched or left at any place when and where the parking of motor vehicles is prohibited and, when so left, the horse or other animal and any vehicle drawn by it shall be subject to all applicable provisions regulating motor vehicles at any such time and place. No horse shall be driven or ridden on any street in the city at a speed in excess of ten (10) miles per hour and every horse shall be kept under control at all times by the person in charge thereof. Such person shall be subject to all applicable traffic regulations that apply to motor vehicles. (Code 1975, Â§ 29-5)
It’s illegal to eat garlic and goto a movie house, theatre or ride on a public streetcar within four hours of eating said garlic.
Fort Wayne, Indiana has banned the record “It’s in the book”.
When driving down Main Street in Evansville, Indiana you can’t have your car lights on.
In Elkhart Indiana, it is unlawful for barbers to threaten to cut kids’ ears off.
In Beech Grove, Indiana one may not eat watermelon in the parks.
In Indiana, one may not have a mustache ifÂ he has a tendency to kiss otherÂ people all the time.