In Canton, Ohio, if you don’t cut your grass, you’ll go to jail. This law was apparently created because the city was sick of having to cut private lawns. So…how does this law help with that? You go to jail for something that really doesn’t need jail time, and if you’re in jail, how can you cut your grass? I would assume that while you’re in jail, the city would have to cut your grass. Way to go, fellas. That was good planning. But the entire council voted for this. Oh dear.
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