I'd love to know how it first came up, but let's agree that this shouldn't be allowed. 

America's weirdest local laws have long been a stable of trivia books and viral Internet articles since the Web was in its infancy, but this may be the first attempt to put these bizarre codes to music. YouTube songsmith Jonathan Mann has been creating a song a day on his channel, and so he's had the chance to tackle a lot of subjects. When we last saw Mann, he was turning Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's amazing dissent in the notorious 'Hobby Lobby' case into a protest song. So, the law is clearly one of his favorite subjects, even if today's topic is of slightly less monumental importance.

Sources: Jonathan Mann | Digg