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Bizarre Laws
The laws listed below are on the books, just not enforced for many years.  This list is not designed to make fun of Nevada laws, just brining to light that certain laws should be updated or eliminated

Did You Know. . . 

It is illegal In Nevada to drive a camel on the highway. 

In Nevada, it is "legal" to hang a person for shooting your dog on your property. 

Clark County, Nevada 
Catch 22...
There is an ordinance on the books making the act of bringing a concealable fire arm into the county illegal, unless it is registered with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.  In order to register the concealable fire arm it must be brought in to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police station.  Registering a concealable fire arm on a weekend is not permitted, but the police can prosecute you at that time. 

Elko, Nevada 
Street walkers take note. . . 
If you are walking the streets you are required to wear a mask. 

Eureka, Nevada
No Kiss and tell law...
Amy man who wears a moustache is therefore forbidden from kissing women. 

Nyala, Nevada 
Drinkers beware. . . 
Men are forbidden from purchasing drinks for more than three people other than himself at any one period during the day. 


If you know of any Nevada bizarre laws that we have not listed above, please email law to Insider Viewpoint of Las Vegas.


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