Trick-Or-Treating Could Land You Behind Bars If You're Over 12 Years Old
Must be 12 or younger to ask for candy.
Trick or treating on Halloween is something most kids look forward to all year long, but you better still be an actual kid if you want to throw on a costume and ask strangers for candy in one particular city.
That’s because any trick-or-treaters who are 13 years or older can now face up to six months behind bars in Chesapeake, Virginia.
And that’s not it. Trick-or-treaters of any age who are out past 8 p.m. could be slapped with fines ranging from $25 to $100 or could even get 30 days in jail. Yikes!
The Chesapeake city code states the following:
Other cities like Newport and Portsmouth have their own rules when it comes to trick-or-treating.
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What do you think, is this a good idea?
vote votesYes, trick-or-treating should only be for younger children.
vote votesNo, trick-or-treating shouldn't have any age restrictions.