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Old, unusual Georgia laws


Everyone knows Georgia is a hands-free state, but you might not have heard that in Atlanta, it’s illegal to give a piggyback ride. Read on to discover a few of Georgia’s oldest laws that are technically still on the books.

• No whistling after 11PM on Mondays.

• Goldfish cannot be a bingo prize.

• You cannot tie a giraffe to a pole or a street lamp.

• On Sundays, no ice cream cones can be carried in a back pocket.

• Donkeys may not be kept in a bathtub.

So, have you broken any of these jaw-dropping laws? Stay safe out there.

MaryGrace Williams, 360 Media, Inc.

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