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Strange Laws of the land

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Found these in the Reader's Digest. Can these be true?

In Texas, it’s illegal to sip your beer more than three consecutive times while standing.

It’s illegal to sing aloud in public while wearing a bathing suit in Florida.

In Oklahoma, it’s illegal to take a bite out of someone else’s hamburger.

It’s unlawful to tap your feet, or bob your head in time with music in New Hampshire's
restaurants and cafes.

Flirting is illegal in New York City. This old law – still in effect in the Big Apple – states that if a man looks “at a woman in that way,” he could be levied with a $25 fine. If he is a repeat flirting offender, he must don a pair of horse-blinders when he’s out in the city.