Peculiar Laws! Michigan Really Punishes Hard on Illegal Things
No person shall operate, run or participate in a contest, game, or other like activity, in which a pig, greased, oiled or otherwise, is released and wherein the object is the capture of the pig, or in which a chicken or turkey is released or thrown into the air and wherein the object is the capture of the chicken or turkey. Any violation of this section is a misdemeanor.
If any person shall carry away or collect for the purpose of carrying away any seaweed or rockweed from the seashore below high-water mark, between daylight in the evening and daylight in the morning, he shall be guilty of a violation.
Adultery isn't a laughing matter, however the punishment might be extreme in Michigan.
Any person who shall commit adultery shall be guilty of a felony; and when the crime is committed between a married woman and a man who is unmarried, the man shall be guilty of adultery, and liable to the same punishment.
Those found guilty can face four years in prison and a $5,500 fine.
Now ya know, no more greased pig events in Minnesota. You can't steal seaweed at night in New Hampshire. Don't cheat on your spouse, it's not funny and you can land behind bars.