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Weird laws on Long Island

The television series "Seinfeld" ended with Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer locked inside a Massachusetts prison for failing to come to the aid of a carjacking victim, a jailable offense in the fictional small town where the characters found themselves.

But in real life, many Long Island villages, towns and counties do have their own fair share of odd laws that carry some stiff fines -- and even jail time. From harboring a heavyset cat to exposing your bathing suit, even playing video games, here are 50 things that are strangely illegal in parts of Long Island.


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