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Oct 31, 2020

[Answer] In which state is it illegal to dress up as a priest or nun for Halloween?

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...1. Kentucky 2. Vermont 3. Alabama 4. New Mexico




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Alabama - Ghosts, witches, and vampires? Sure. However, you won’t see any Friar Tucks or “Sister Act” extras floating around Alabama on October 31. The reason? The state has declared anyone dressed up fraudulently like a "nun, priest, rabbi or other member of the clergy" will be subject to a $500 fine or up to a year in a county jail. The good news? There have been no reports of anyone actually being convicted since the bizarre law was passed in 1965. So if you happen to find yourself on the wrong side of this law on Halloween, you might just try to ask for forgiveness.:


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