Broward County, Florida won't let food vendors dress provocatively
If you have some time to kill in the law library, treat yourself to the sensational mobile food units section of Broward County's legal code. On top of deeming any food vendors in G-strings, T-back bathing suits, or thong bikinis a traffic hazard, it spends a lot of time talking about human anatomy in unbelievable detail, leading us to wonder what depraved hot dog dude spurred this legislation.
Don't steal used restaurant grease from a North Carolina kitchen
Taking waste kitchen grease is an offense in NC, and you could be in real trouble depending on how much you swipe. If the grease is valued at $1,000 or lower (by local grease appraisers, of course) you've committed a Class 1 misdemeanor. But if that grease is worth over $1,000, you've just committed a felony, and you will pay for your kitchen crime spree.
No pizza pranks allowed in NOLA
Ordering 50 pies for your old math teacher might seem like a solid Friday night plan, but it could land you in court. Louisiana law bans the "unauthorized ordering of goods or services" -- and there's even specific language about people who intend to "harass or annoy" the recipient. We're still seeking precedent for prosecution on ringing doorbells and running away.
Fishing with firearms is a crime in Wyoming
Fishing is a fair fight in Wyoming, where people are prohibited from taking, hurting, or obliterating a fish with a gun. Hopefully someone has informed Ted Nugent, who knows no other way.