So, we've probably all heard of some really bizarre law that was around some centuries ago. Some of these are still place today. But what was your favourite? Share them below!
Mine favourites include:
"Since 1313, you can't attend the Houses of Parliament in a suit of armour".
"You can't mind a cow whilst drunk".
Both of these laws are still in force today.
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- 25-01-2017 12:32
Placing a postal stamp bearing the monarch's head upside down is an act of treason
- 25-01-2017 12:38
"Passing wind in front of the reigning monarch can lead to a charge of treason"
Maybe it's not better out than in after all then
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