In Finland, speeding tickets are determined by the driver’s annual income and a man once received a $200,000 fine.
Parents in Denmark must have their baby’s name approved by a government agency.
In the state of Washington, it is a felony to kill a Sasquach.
There is a boat which sails around to countries with restrictive abortion laws, and offers abortions in international waters.
Norway has very strict rules on advertising cars as “green” – saying “cars can do nothing good for the environment except less damage than others”.
Happy Hour is illegal in Massachusetts.
In California and 3 other US states, “Ladie’s Night” are against the law because they are considered “gender discrimination”.
In Kansas, if a woman commits rape, and becomes pregnant because of it, she can sue the victim for child support.
Only one state – Montana – doesn’t allow employers to fire employees for any reason; contrary to predictions, Montana’s unemployment rate is lower than the national average.
Women can walk around topless in New York.