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In Finland, traffic fines are calculated as a percentage of the offender's most-recently-reported income. In January 2002, Anssi Vanjoki, 44, a director of the Finnish telecommunications giant, Nokia, received what is believed to be the most expensive speeding ticket ever— $12.5 million — for driving his Harley at 75 km/h (47 mph) in a 50km/h (31 mph) zone. Mr Vanjoki appealed the fine because his reported income dropped significantly about five days after the incident; because of the new data, the fine was dropped to $103,600, still the most expensive speeding fine in history.
Originally posted by Dragonfriend
If I remember right, it's also illegal in Utah to carry an empty violin case down Main Street in Downtown Salt Lake City. Wow, how in the heck do people come up with these things?
Originally posted by PsykoOps
Are these all actual laws in the lawbooks?