When the Americans first took over Guam, they discovered an unusual law left over from Spanish times.
If a man's cow got loose and damaged a neighbor's property, they arrested the cow - not the man!
The arrested cow (probably not in handcuffs) was actually taken to the Hagåtña Jail! But it was put in an enclosure outside.
The rationale? The owner could not take the cow back till he paid a nice fine. A nice way for the government to make money.