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Weird Maine Laws
  • Shotguns are required to be taken to church in the event of a Native American attack.

  • You may not step out of a plane in flight.

  • The most money one can legally win gambling is three dollars.

  • After January 14th you will be charged a fine for having your Christmas decorations still up.

  • In Augusta - To stroll down the street playing a violin is against the law.

  • In Biddeford - It is illegal to gamble at the airport.

  • In Biddeford - No person may roller skate on a sidewalk.

  • In Ellsworth - If any part of the sign ordinances of the city are more stringent than federal laws, even though they may be in conflict with them, they will prevail.

  • In Freeport - Mercury thermometers may not be sold in the city.

  • In Freeport - It is illegal to expectorate from any second-story window.

  • In Portland - It is illegal for men to tickle women under the chin with feather dusters.

  • In South Berwick - It is illegal to park in front of Dunkin Donuts.

  • It Rumford - It is illegal for a tenant to bite his/her landlord.

  • In Waterboro - Dog leashes may not be over eight feet in length.

  • In Waterville - It is illegal to blow one's nose in public.

  • In Wells - Deer may not be fed.

  • In Wells - Advertisements may not be placed in cemeteries.

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