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12 Ridiculous And Outdated British Laws That Still Exist

Maybe don't try them out, though.

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12.

According to the Treason Felony Act 1848.
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According to the Treason Felony Act 1848.

11.

According to the Public Health (Control of Disease) Act 1984.
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10.

According to the Metropolitan Police Act 1839.
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9.

According to the Statute Forbidding Bearing of Armour (1313).
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8.

According to the Metropolitan Police Act 1839.
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7.

According to the Licensing Act 1872.
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According to the Licensing Act 1872.

6.

According to the Animal Welfare Act 2006.
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According to the Animal Welfare Act 2006.

5.

According to the Libraries Offences Act 1898.
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According to the Libraries Offences Act 1898.

4.

According to the Polish Potatoes (Notification) (England) Order 2004.
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3.

According to the King’s Prerogative (1322).
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According to the King’s Prerogative (1322).

2.

According to the Licensing Act 1872.
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According to the Licensing Act 1872.

1.

According to the Salmon Act 1986.
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According to the Salmon Act 1986.

H/t Sporcle, Britain Explorer and Time Out.