Neither logical nor legal!
A young law student just failed his exam.
He comes to see his old teacher known for his bad mood and very alert mind.
Student: Sir, I wonder if you know the answer to a problem of law that concerns me.
Professor: Indeed young man, otherwise I would not be a teacher, right?
Student: Very good. So I would like to ask you a question. Let us agree, if you please, that if you answer correctly, I will accept the bad result of my examination, but that if you do not, you will give me an "A".
Professor: Okay ... what is the question?
Student: The question is: what is legal but not logical but not legal and ultimately neither logical nor legal?
The professor thinks at length, turns and returns in all directions his immense legal knowledge, but does not find a satisfactory answer.
Handsome player, he gives an "A" to the student, transforming his failure into a successful exam.
In the afternoon, frustrated and still troubled by the question, the teacher meets his assistants and the brightest of his students to submit the question and help him find the solution.
Professor: Young people, would you know what is legal but not logical; logical but not legal and finally neither logical nor legal?
To his astonishment, all the students raised their hands.
The teacher then asks his most brilliant student: what is the answer?
The brilliant student answers:
It's very easy Sir, you are 75 years old and you married a woman aged 30, which is legal but not logical.
Your wife has a 22 year old lover which is logical but not legal.
Finally, your wife's lover failed his examination and you still gave him an "A" which is neither logical nor legal.