Strange Laws in California
In California, it is illegal to trip horses for entertainment.
In Blythe, California, a person must own two cows in order to legally wear cowboy boots in public. (This law would be more effective in Los Angeles, where "fake" is not only an adjective, but a lifestyle)
In Los Angeles, a man is legally entitled to beat his wife with a leather belt or strap, but the belt can't be wider than 2 inches, unless he has his wife's consent to beat her with a wider strap.
It is illegal to drive more than two thousand sheep down Hollywood Blvd. at one time.
San Francisco is said to be the only city in the nation to have ordinances guaranteeing sunshine to the masses.
In Cupertino, California, it is illegal to count backwards audibly in hexadecimal.
In Santa Clara, it is forbidden to dedicate parking spaces to the patron saint of television.
Prostitutes in San Francisco are not obliged to make change for bills larger than $50. "You got anything smaller than this?"
It is illegal to skateboard on walls "or other vertical surfaces" in Palo Alto. In related news, Tony Hawk and Spider-Man have canceled their hotel reservations.
In Los Angeles, you cannot bathe two babies in the same tub at the same time. You know, incest and all that.