It’s a new year, and with it comes new UFO sightings. These things freak me out. I’ve always been scared of the idea of UFOs. I hope that if I try not to believe in them, they’ll leave me alone! I realize that doesn’t really make sense, but regardless, read on for the first UFO sighting of the year.
5 Weird Michigan Laws You Won’t Believe:
Okay, so you might not be the conductor of the train, but you still can't drink. Under a 1913 Michigan law, it's illegal to be drunk on a train, with the law stating, "No person shall while in an offensive state of intoxication enter or be on or remain upon any railway train or interurban car as a passenger." (Photo by Tim Boyle/Getty Images)
A Michigan law put into place in 1953 states that, "It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to engage in the business of buying, selling, trading or exchanging new, used or second-hand motor vehicles or offering to buy, sell, trade or exchange, or participate in the negotiation thereof, or attempt to buy, sell, trade or exchange any motor vehicle or interest therein, or of any written instrument pertaining thereto, on the first day of the week, commonly called Sunday." (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
According to Michigan law, "No man may seduce and corrupt an unmarried girl. Any man who shall seduce and debauch any unmarried woman shall be guilty of a felony, punishable by imprisonment in the state prison not more than 5 years or by fine of not more than 2,500 dollars; but no prosecution shall be commenced under this section after 1 year from the time of committing the offense." This law was put into place in 1931. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
A Michigan law passed in 1931 states, "Any person who shall commit adultery shall be guilty of a felony; and when the crime is committed between a married woman and a man who is unmarried, the man shall be guilty of adultery, and liable to the same punishment." (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
I have to say that we like this one, since we're a radio station. According to a law in Detroit, "Willfully destroying your old radio is prohibited." (Photo by Chaloner Woods/Getty Images)