Despite the widespread prevalence of the rumor, no law on the books in Arizona prohibits the number of dildos a person can own.
AZ LAW #9 - You may not have more than two dildos in a house. Printer-friendly format Email this thread to a friend Bookmark this thread This topic is archived.
Indecent exposure (Arizona Revised Statutes section 13-1402): When a person exposes his or her genitals while another person is present, and the person exposing himself or herself is reckless as to whether the witness would be offended or alarmed.
Arizona Crazy Law; You may not have more than two dildos in a house. Any misdemeanor committed while wearing a red mask is considered a felony. This goes back in the days of the Wild West.
Check out 10 such laws that are attributed to Arizona's law books, which may have existed at some point long, long ago, but certainly aren't laws right now: Full text 1
According to Arizona Law 13-3703, it is a class 2 misdemeanor to place a mark on a flag that could incite “physical retaliation.”. You cannot draw any figure, picture, design, word, or advertisement on a flag that could be in public view. In addition, mutilating, defacing, or any other dishonorable act to a flag could result in a serious ...
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Under Section 43.21 of the Texas Penal Code, first passed by the Legislature in the 1970s, it was illegal to sell “obscene devices” — or any device “including a dildo or artificial vagina, designed or marketed as useful primarily for the stimulation of human genital organs.”. However, in 2004, two adult store chains challenged the law ...
8. You cannot spit in Goodyear without facing the consequences. cmiper/Flickr. Spitting is gross and it seems the folks in Goodyear agree. However, they take the law a bit far by instituting a fine of up to $2500 under article 1-8 of their city code. Oof. 9. It is illegal to hunt camels in Arizona. wEnDy/Flickr.