For many young people, it's a right of passage.

You and your friends head off to the grocery store to pick up 4 12-packs of duble stuft toilet paper rolls whilst trying not to look suspicious. You all drive to your other friend's house (the victim) giggling the entire time. You jump out, toss a few rolls of TP over the tree in the front yard, and scram.

It's innocent enough. We've all done it. No harm, no foul. Right?

Well, no. Not exactly.

This may be hard to believe (we had to re-read this numerous times to check), but throwing toilet paper on someone's house, or even a tree in their yard, is most definitely against the law in Idaho.

This comes from

18-7031.  PLACING DEBRIS ON PUBLIC OR PRIVATE PROPERTY. It shall constitute an infraction for any person, natural or artificial, to deposit upon any public or private property within this state any debris, paper, litter, glass bottles, glass, nails, tacks, hooks, hoops, cans, barbed wire, boards, trash, garbage, lighted material or other waste substances on any place not authorized by any county, city, village or the owner of such property, and is punishable by a fine of one hundred fifty dollars ($150).

That's right. If you're caught TP-ing someone's house, you could actually be fined $150. Get caught a second time, it's a bigger fine. Three times? Fine, and jail time.

Now that we're in the know, are you going to avoid TPing your buddy's house on their birthday so you don't risk a $150 slap on the wrist. Holler at us.

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