If You Sell This Online In Idaho, You May Be Breaking The Law
When your stuff piles up, you have three choices to make:
- Organize it
- Let it stack up so badly that your family and friends submit you to be on an episode of 'Hoarders'
- Sell it
Today, we'll be focusing on that last part, since it feels like the easist way to unload some of your unwanted stuff. Junk? Garage sale. Don't need it? Facebook Marketplace. Could use a few bucks? Craigslist.
You can sell all kinds of stuff in 2023, and you don't need any special kind of license or permit to do so (In most cases. Don't get crazy here.) However, if you live in Idaho, and you're trying to sell one particular item, you could be breaking the law.
What we're about to tell you is as ridiculous as it is true: In Idaho, it's illegal to sell chickens after sundown, unless you have special permission from the sheriff to do so.
That's correct. If you don't ask your local sheriff if you're permitted to sling those chickens after the sun goes down, you could be arrested for doing so. Now, will you actually get arrested for selling some chickies at night in the Gem State? Probably not, but that doesn't make it any less illegal.
It's also illegal to hunt from a helicoptor, to fish from atop a camel, and also to fish from atop a giraffe. Which makes it really difficult for our local hunters in 2023. Sorry guys.
Also, if you're planning on floating the Boise River, here's some activities that may get you in trouble.
4 Things You CAN'T Do While Floating The Boise River
In addition to not being able to sell chickens or have any kind of fun while floating, you are now no longer able to purchase alcohol at these locations:
You Can't Order Alcohol At These Places In Boise