• June 16, 2017

Top 10 Crazy Things You Thought Were Illegal, But Aren’t

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There are things that are against the law, things that should be against the law, and things that aren’t illegal but frowned upon. Counting cards, owning a flamethrower and sitting in the back of a moving pickup truck? These are examples of things that should be laws, but are actually legal. WatchMojo counts down ten things you probably thought were against the law, but aren’t.

If you’re interested in other illegal things, check out our lists of the Top 10 Illegal Things You’ve Probably Done at Least Once: , Top 10 Weirdest U.S. State Laws: and the Top 10 Awkward Baby Names (yes, some are illegal): .

00:53 #10: Sitting in the Back of a Moving Pickup Truck
01:40 #9: Counting Cards
02:36 #8: Owning a Flamethrower
03:21 #7: Purchasing and Operating Lock Picks
03:59 #6: Not Obeying Stop Signs on Private Property
04:38 #5: Using a Radar Detector
05:27 #4: Corporal Punishment in Schools
06:27 #3, #2 & #1???

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10 thoughts on “Top 10 Crazy Things You Thought Were Illegal, But Aren’t

  1. This post may be considered slightly irrelevant, but I will dare it anyway: The one about obeying Stop Signs on private property, (#6) is universal across the world, as there are those countries where if an area is accessible by the public (ie. no fences or gates) the law governing traffic applies to all traffic in that area just like on public roads; and this includes obeying signs, speed limits and so forth.

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