You Can Go To Jail For Smelling At The Library Of Congress
If you're smelly at the Library of Congress, you could get arrested.
There are a couple of things I make sure are taken care of before I leave my home each morning. They are to have fresh breath and no body odor. I don't want to make my co-workers uncomfortable being around me.
Then I saw a story about young Americans not using deodorant. if you missed it, check out HERE.
A lot of middle schools in our area take 8th-grade trips to Washington D.C. If any of the students are part of the "no deodorant" trend, they might want to be careful when visiting the Library of Congress.
According to nypost.com,
"Under 40 U.S.C. § 5104(e)(2)(C), an offender can be punished by up to six months in prison for disturbing readers with “offensive personal hygiene.”
I would call that a strange law.
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