Do you follow the straight and narrow, or are you known for breaking all the rules? However you choose to live your life, it still pays to know the law. Of course, this quickly gets complicated. Countries have their own laws, as do individual states, provinces, counties and cities. On top of that, you have to worry about religious mandates, antiquated regulations and outright lies. Think you know what it takes to go through life without breaking the weirder rules on the books?
Question 1 of 10
When Friday finally rolls around, it's time to cut loose and have some fun. Let's say you're a man looking for a good time in the Saudi Arabian city of Riyadh. Would you be breaking the law if you wore a dress?
Question 2 of 10
So, in some places it's illegal for a man to wear a dress. Which place proclaims it illegal for an animal to wear clothes, sleep in a bed AND drink alcohol?
Question 3 of 10
For a masked Mexican wrestler, or luchador, a man's mask is his livelihood, and there's no greater loss than that of his sacred multicolored hood. What if he's planning to wrestle in New York? Is it legal to wrestle under a hood in that state?
Question 4 of 10
Let's say the wrestler finds himself in Gainesville, Ga., after his match, about to eat some fried chicken. What's the legal way to eat it in that town?
Question 5 of 10
If you happen to take your pet alligator to the state of Michigan, is it legal to tie him or her to a fire hydrant while you run inside a store?
Question 6 of 10
Upon learning the truth about Michigan's fire hydrant legislation, you might be tempted to curse aloud. You might even "willfully blaspheme the holy name of God." Is this legal or illegal in Michigan?
Question 7 of 10
Gambling is legal in Las Vegas. Is it legal to take a prostitute back to your hotel room as well?
Question 8 of 10
Here's one for those of you who love high heels. Can you wear them legally in Carmel, Calif.?
Question 9 of 10
Medical marijuana in the United States continues to prove a divisive, complicated issue. But what about the use of marijuana in religious sacraments, such as those practiced in the Rastafarian faith? Is that legal in the U.S.?
Question 10 of 10