Not wanting to set unwarranted precedents, the law and what can and can't be done about the recent AIG bonus fiasco has been in the news a lot over the last few days; as Congress debates the matter.
Yet while tax regulations might wind up being rewritten and history made a new, here are a few interesting laws from other parts of the world.
In Singapore: to keep things clean, feeding the pigeons and not flushing public toilets will get you in trouble. However you can legally dance on top of tables (fully clothed) and gambling will become legal in that country later this year.
Spearheading a moment that in time might sweep across Europe, Denmark requires drivers to operate their vehicles with the headlights on.
Meanwhile, here is our resident comedienne Ms. Waxy Dragon, one amongst many avatars of an avid Internet user, with this week's jokes.
What do you call a bad cat arrested by the police? The purrpatrator.
Did you know police officers are so strong they can hold up traffic?
Little Johnny's class went on an outing to their local police station, where they saw pictures of the ten most wanted men tacked to a bulletin board.
On the way out of the police station, Little Johnny said to an officer, "It was so nice of you to put my daddy's picture up there."
Needless to say, the search for that criminal did not last much longer.
See you next weekend with more Sunday Funnies!