UK laws are constantly changing and modernising, however some have remained in place despite society changing around them
From handling fish suspiciously, to drinking too much in your local pub, here are 10 surprising laws that still exist across the UK today.
9. Jumping the queue for the London Underground
TFL ByeLaws brought into force under s.26 of the Greater London Authority Act 1999 state: "Any person directed by a notice to queue or asked to queue by an authorised person shall join the rear of the queue and obey the reasonable instructions of any authorised person regulating the queue."
10. Using phone to pay at drive-thru
Unless your engine is off and your handbrake is on, you could be facing a £200 fine and three points on your driving licence. If you passed your test in the last two years, you could even lose your licence.