While many laws are often put in place throughout Canada to keep the people of the nation safe and healthy, some laws out there aren't as detrimental as others. In fact, some Canadians laws may even seem a little bit unusual when it comes to present-day times. We did a little digging and found 10 crazy Canadian laws that you probably didn't know about.\nWhile a majority of these laws seem quite unusual, it's important to note that many of these laws existed decades ago for certain reasons that no longer matter in present-day society. While Canada is constantly changing laws to make us a more progressive and understanding society, it seems that a few outdated laws have slipped through the cracks.\nView this post on Instagram 🇨🇦 Happy #canadaday #canadaday🇨🇦 A post shared by ConnorsCoinCollection (@connors_coin_collection) on Jul 1, 2019 at 4:02am PDT\n1. It's Illegal To Pay With Too Many Coins\nWhile many Canadians often want to get rid of their extra change by using it to pay for a chocolate bar at the nearest gas station, it's actually illegal to pay with too many coins.\nAccording to the Government of Canada, you are only allowed to use a certain number of coins before it becomes illegal. For example, you are only allowed to pay with $25 worth of loonies and $5 worth of nickles.\nSo if you were thinking about paying for a $30 meal in loonies, it's actually illegal throughout the nation.\n2. Dragging A Dead Horse Down The Street Is Illegal\nWhile you may think that this law is completely made-up, York Regional Police confirmed that it is illegal to drag a dead horse down Yonge Street in Toronto.\nHowever, what makes this law even more bizarre, is that it is only illegal if you do it on a Sunday.\nWhich means, if you wanted to do it on a Monday, there's no law that's telling you that you can't. Of course, police highly recommend that you don't make this your next Monday activity.\nView this post on Instagram Babies first and certainly not last #bandaid. Was walking a little too fast for himself and tripped! Took it like a champ didnt even cry! A post shared by Stephie (@steponmybagel) on Aug 1, 2019 at 2:03pm PDT\n3. It's Illegal To Take A Bandage Off In Public\nWhile many of us have been guilty of tearing off an old bandage in public, according to York Regional Police, this is actually illegal under Canadian law.\nWhile the law seems completely crazy, if you take off your bandage anywhere in public, including parks or sidewalk streets, you can consider yourself a criminal.\n4. It's Illegal To Carry A Snake In Public\nWhile this law might be bizarre for some, for those who are afraid of snakes, it may seem like the most reasonable law on this list.\nIn Fredericton, New Brunswick, it is illegal to carry a snake, or any other reptile, in public. While you can't carry a snake down the street around your neck, the city of Fredricton states that you can take your reptiles out in public if you have a cage or container that completely confines the animal.\nView this post on Instagram Have a great weekend everyone! Garage sales are abound and these simple and bright coro sings will help strollers connect with the fun of rummaging! #garagesale #garagesalesign #toronto A post shared by Speedpro Sign Shop (@speedprosignshop) on Jul 20, 2018 at 10:09am PDT\n5. It's Illegal To Have Too Many Garage Sales\nWhile you may be thinking about purging through some of your junk, beware that in Toronto it is actually illegal to throw too many garage sales in one year.\nAccording to the Toronto Municipal Code, it is illegal for anyone to hold more than two garage sales a year on any residential area. It is also illegal for your garage sale to last more than two days.\n6. It's Illegal To Accidentally Scare A Child To Death\nWhile it may be clear that killing anyone is an illegal offense, there's one very specific law throughout Canada that sounds a bit off.\nAccording to the Government of Canada, it is illegal to cause the death of a sick person or child by scaring them. However, actually being able to scare someone so much that they die seems pretty improbable.\nView this post on Instagram Sumner County, TN. April 7. I struggle to keep my trilliums straight, especially since you can't always go by flower color and the leaves take an extremely close look to differentiate. This I'm 95% sure is nodding trillium. Leaf size and texture was right. Colors are within acceptable range for the petals. The ovary and anthers are the right color. This wasn't nodding all that much, but that's not a deal-breaker. According to one source, they nod more in the north of their range than the south. #trillium #trilliumflexipes #taylorhollow #botanizing #plantnerd #tennesseeoutdoors #wildflowersofinstagram #whiteflowers #noddingtrillium #springephemerals #springhikes A post shared by Alan (@kentucky.woods) on Apr 14, 2019 at 7:17am PDT\n7. It's Illegal To Pick A Trillium\nWith Trillum's being the provincial flower of Ontario, it's no wonder that it holds a special place in the hearts of Ontarians. However, according to York Regional Police, if you spot one of these beautiful flowers, leave them be.\nIt is illegal to pick a Trillium in Ontario throughout Provincial Parks and conservation areas. However, if you find one growing on your own property, you're able to pick as many as you want.\n8. It's Illegal To Bring A Llama Into A National Park\nWhile National Parks are open to the public throughout Canada, the Government of Canada makes it very clear that only a certain kind of animals are welcome.\nAccording to the National Parks of Canada guidelines, it is actually illegal to bring llamas into any National Parks at any time. However, it doesn't stop there. Canadians can also be fined if they are caught bringing sheep, goats, pigs or live poultry into any national park.\nSo next time you take a family road trip, you may want to leave your farm friends at home.\nView this post on Instagram The most ridiculously beautiful boy 💓 A post shared by ripley (@ratsandcrafts) on Aug 1, 2019 at 10:34am PDT\n9. It's Illegal To Have A Pet Rat\nIf you're a resident of Alberta, it's actually illegal for you to have a rat as a pet. According to the province of Alberta, since the 1950s Alberta has had multiple laws in place to keep their province rodent-free.\nAs part of this practice, it is illegal to own a rat in the province, no matter what the reason.\n10. It's Illegal To Paint Your Garage Door Purple\nIf you're looking to spruce up your home a little bit by painting your garage door a new colour, you might want to stay away from purple.\nIn Kanata, Ontario Donnell Law Group states that a city by-law prohibits its residents from painting their garage door and house door purple.\nWhile not all of these laws apply everywhere in Canada it's still good to keep in mind, especially if you are travelling with your pet rat, snake, and llama, carrying only coins, and having a 3-day long garage sale before you leave.