In Australia it's illegal to hire a woman under the age of 45 to work as a chorus girl.
Horses in Mukden, China, are required to wear diapers and their owners are required to empty them at regular intervals in specially made receptacles. (And if you think the diaper of a baby is loaded, imagine how much crap is in a horse's)
In Italy, a man may be arrested for simply wearing a skirt.
This guy should definitely not be wearing a skirt.
If you curse within earshot of a woman in Egypt, the law there says you must forfeit two days' pay.
In Switzerland they have some serious hang ups about doing some pretty normal things on a Sunday. For instance: Clothes may not be hung to dry on a Sunday. You may not wash your car on a Sunday. And it is considered an offense to mow your lawn on a Sunday because it causes too much noise.
In Toronto, Canada, law requires pedestrians to give hand signals before turning.
You must pay a $600 fine in Thailand if you're caught throwing away chewed bubble gum on the sidewalk.
In Germany, every office must have a view of the sky, no matter how small of a view it is. (This one may not make sense but it is very humane.)
English law forbids marrying your mother-in-law. (But then, why would you want to do that, anyway? Geesh!)
Swedish law prohibits trained seals from balancing balls on their noses.
Paris law forbids spinning tops on sidewalks... and staring at the mayor.
In England it's against the law to sue the queen- or to name your daughter "Princess" without the queen's permission.
In Teruel, Spain, the law forbids you from taking hot baths on Sunday. Cold baths are fine.
In Reykjavik, Iceland, it's illegal to keep a dog as a pet.
If you're arrested for drunk driving in Malaysia, both YOU AND YOUR WIFE go to jail. (Doesn't seem fair, does it?)
In Shanghai, China, red cars are outlawed. Other car colors are assigned according to the owner's profession.