I admit it. I've eaten mince pies on Christmas Day (in fact I insist on it), and I'm pretty certain I've put a stamp on an envelope upside down at least once. Thus I have broken two of the recently voted top 10 ridiculous laws in the UK.
I have however never died in the Houses of Parliament or denied the use of my toilet to a Scotsman. Though it's comforting to know that if I wanted to murder one I could, as long as I was in York and was at least reasonably certain he was carrying a bow and arrow. (Hey, things can be planted, you know what I'm saying?)
Looking further afield, I have to admire Alabama's practical approach to road safety, though do wonder why such a law was needed; Bahrainian gynaecologists must develop a good sense of left and right; and the evidence for the prosecution in Indonesia will never stand up in court.