10 Arizona "Dumb Laws" That Are Complete Horse S**t

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Did you know it's against the law in Arizona to have sexual relations with a rodeo clown in an elevator on Tuesdays?

No? That's probably because that "dumb law," like nearly every "dumb law" you've ever heard about Arizona, is complete horse shit. Check out 10 such laws that are attributed to Arizona's law books, which may have existed at some point long, long ago, but certainly aren't laws right now:

10.) In Tucson, it's illegal for women to wear pants

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Tucson: America's most nude-from-the-waist-down city.
Actually, it might be considered illegal to not wear pants in Tucson. This "law," like all of the purported city-based laws on this list, have been debunked by state historian Marshall Trimble, and Arizona author John Neuner.


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17 comments
philipem
philipem

I am sorry but I think this one is true, I have looked it up previously, 2 per home, no business may possess more than 6...

fred14nx05y
fred14nx05y

So this article is about fake laws that NEVER existed in the first place?  And using fake examples of fake laws to show how "stupid" Arizona law makers are?   Since this is obviously a fake newspaper, I guess I should not be surprised.

John Hiett
John Hiett

What, I can't have more than 6 women in my house?

Bruce Salvage
Bruce Salvage

Yet the marijuana laws are the most stupid of all..

Matthew E. Cohen
Matthew E. Cohen

Re: "...it's against the law in Arizona to have sexual relations with a rodeo clown in an elevator on Tuesdays". I always obey the law. I have NEVER done that on a Tuesday. Honestly!

robert_graham
robert_graham

Why worry about these laws. For example do you ever think anybody would every fuck a rodeo clown on any day let alone in an elevator or any day of the week for that matter?  Who cares!

Santa Robert Tatangelo
Santa Robert Tatangelo

When I lived in Payson in the late '70's I was told that it was illegal to walk on the train tracks within the town limits. Near as I could tell at the time, the closest railroad tracks were in Flagstaff or Phoenix. Not sure if Payson ever had a railroad going thru it.

RobertC
RobertC

Photo contained in law #3 courtesy of Stephen Lemons private collection.

MaskedMagician1967
MaskedMagician1967 topcommenter

I love the hilarious hump day commercial featuring the talking camel.

Mike Mike Mike Mike Mike guess what day it is Mike!

eric.nelson745
eric.nelson745 topcommenter

When I was little a teacher told me that camels store water in their humps. Is that true?

shadeaux14
shadeaux14

3.) You may not have more than two dildos in a house

So Arpaio can't invite more than one of his command staff  into his home?

RobertC
RobertC

@robert_graham 

So you are trying to say that a man never gets laid just because he finds employment as a rodeo clown? Sounds like a pretty broad based assumption, actually bordering on just plain stupid!

fred14nx05y
fred14nx05y

@Santa Robert Tatangelo  -- I am sure at some point in history they had a railroad.  And walking on RR tracks is trespassing, plus VERY dangerous - especially to drunk Mexicans!

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