We recently examined 15 laws in Massachusetts that were quite strange. You couldn't help but wonder who came up with these laws and what they were on at the time. There actually were maybe 1 or 2 laws from that list which made sense. For the others, I wondered to myself, what circumstances occurred to the point where actions were needed to be taken to create a law?

We did some more digging and found 12 more strange Massachusetts laws. Thanks to various internet sources we can scratch our heads again while being entertained. As with the previous list we put together, most of these laws are still on the books but I would say it's a pretty safe bet that you won't get carted off to prison if you break them. Don't quote me on that though.

On the previous list there was one law that was slightly risky and I gave you a heads up about that before scrolling through the list. Well, guess what? This list also has another somewhat risky/dirty law. Like the previous list, I'll save it to the end for you. I figured being upfront and giving you fair warning is better than just surprising you with it, as you scroll along.

So, here we go. Here are 12 more laws in Massachusetts that are downright strange. Below this list you'll find our original 15 Strange Massachusetts Laws list.

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