I Broke Dumb Laws In Front Of Police

I Broke Dumb Laws In Front Of Police

Is this like an anti-establishment thing or something? Britain is an old-fashioned, weird place. Every November, we burn a wooden effigy of a dude who tried to burn down Parliament hundreds of years ago. We turn people we like into Knights. However, the most ridiculous thing that we have is our laws If you wear a suit of armour in Parliament, they’re legally allowed to cut your head off This is ridiculous. That’s not the only dumb British law We’ve got tons of them, and I don’t even know if anyone takes these things seriously. So today I’m going to test that and try and break as many ancient British laws as possible in one day in front of policemen and hope that I don’t get arrested. Do you think that this is a suspicious fish?
– oh definitely You know, there’s a law where it’s illegal to handle a salmon suspiciously. I’ve got the salmon now I have to act suspiciously with it. He’s checking if his car’s locked. That’s how fucking creepy I look. – What’ve you got a fish for?
– Does it look suspicious to you? It doesn’t look suspicious but it looks interesting. It’s not suspicious? Alright I’ll I try harder to be more suspicious. The fuck is that?! Ladies and gentlemen, Would you like to see a man walking past with a fish? Pointless You don’t know if there’s a library nearby do you? Apparently, it’s illegal to gamble in a library. So me, stinking of salmon I’m gonna go and try and make someone bet with me in this library and break that law. ‘Scuse me, Do either of you gamble? Yes, gamble, like Blackjack. We don’t have to play for money if you don’t want to I’ve got a Sashimi-quality fish. ‘Scuse me, I’ve got a great game of Blackjack Sorry if I smell. How come you’re doing this? I’m trying to break as many ancient laws as I can in a day. You going again? Oof, bust. 10p for me. I was gambling in a library! I’m gonna walk right into that building there in a suit of armour. Something that apparently you’re supposed to get your head cut off for. – Hi there
– Is it a public gallery? Yes! Um, not sure… if the armour-
– you haven’t got a real sword have you? No, it’s plastic. Sorry, this has never happened! Have a look at the sign, make sure you don’t have any of these.
– I definitely don’t have any of those Why are you dressed as a knight? I’ve just been filming around the corner doing a kids TV thing. – Okay
– Amazing! I just went into Parliament wearing a suit of armour and I still have a head. Right, next one. You can’t shake out a dirty rug in public and also can’t wear an outrageous double ruff or be be sock-less within a hundred yards of the Queen Just shaking the rug Alright wearing a double ruff, being sock-less Is this like an anti-establishment thing or something? Are you filming now? There’s a law against singing a lewd ballad in public. I’m pretty sure Tony Blair lives around here. I’ll try and do a bit of improv. Just gonna sing a song – I’ve written a little song, if that’s okay? If you do it on the other side of the road, yeah. Okay Tony, Tony How are you today? Tony boy Tony, please come out and play You look like a marshmallow Our eyes meet over the piano. Oh I’d love to nestle my head on your Fluffy chest Tony boy, Tony come out and play Well I sang about hooking up with Tony Blair to his window. I guess that’s lewd – that’s another law broken another off the list So stupid I’ve never been to Downing Street before 10 Downing Street: residence of the Prime Minister

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  1. I hate people like this, you're just trying to go about your day and they decide that's the time to do the most annoying thing they can in your face

  2. 'Britain is an old-fashioned, weird place, and its esoteric laws are among the most ridiculous things about the place'. These laws were legislated centuries ago when each of them no doubt served a purpose, no matter how obscure they seem today. The reason they're still on the books is the time consumption of going through each outdated law one by one and repealing them.

  3. After the British government sees this video, they immediately arrest the man and burn him on a stake. Then they ban Vice, but the citizens then try to follow the footsteps of this man and break as many ancient laws as possible

  4. 5:16 I know this has nothing to do with the video, but I have heard that voice in a game called Groovepad, on the soundtrack VHS Horror

  5. They’re not “dumb laws”. Sure they made a lot of sense when they were ratified. No one would ever enforce these laws. The fact that they’re still on the books is just a technicality.

  6. Bad-mouthing the President is actually illegal in my country… I guess there just isn't enough room in jail for 60 million people.

  7. Why was there armed police standing outside Toby Blair’s house but the cops were A ok with letting a random man knock on the prime ministers door

  8. 999 "what's your emergency?"
    "there's a guy shaking a rug after 8:00am while wearing an outragous double ruff while being sockless within 100 yards of the queen"
    The Police: "GET THAT BASTARD!"

  9. individually they are silly but this guy is now public enemy #1 hes broken 15 laws in 30 minutes..
    when will his crime spree end? HE CANNOT KEEP GETTING AWAY WITH THIS!

  10. We have so many dumb laws in the US! But chopping off someone’s head for walking in parliament in armor? That’s hilarious 😂

  11. In France there is an old law, which say that woman cannot wear Jeans. Cause we can't be dressed with "Man clothes".

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