The Local reports that a 1954 law in the French town of Chateauneuf-du-Pape, which is still in effect today, makes it illegal to land a flying saucer in the town.
3 Questions That Arise From This Story
1. “Why is there no law preventing flying saucers from landing in my town?” That depends where your town is. If it’s in New Jersey, we’re sure during an incident, government aides would create flight path lane closures preventing UFOs from landing, without need for wasting time “passing legislation.”
2. “Hey, isn’t that French wine country? Is that how stuff like this becomes a law?” If you are suggesting people were drinking when a law was passed to prevent UFOs from destroying vineyards with crop circles, remember the law was passed in 1954. Crop circles weren’t a big deal until totally like the 1980s.
3. “Since this law has clearly deterred aliens from landing in that town, what other laws can we pass to deter aliens from landing on our planet?” Might we suggest a law requiring all aliens to watch Justin Bieber jail footage? Check out our entry yesterday if you don’t get this reference.
Would they make an exception if the aliens spoke French?