13 Laws strange of different countries that surprise tourists

There is a country where nothing is forbidden. Just that some of these prohibitions, in our opinion, are quite funny. Let’s see in detail what can and can’t do in these countries.

Great.guru reminds you that, if you are traveling somewhere, there is more to know (and comply with) the laws of this country, even if they seem strange.

Australia

  • Sunday after midday it is forbidden to appear in public places, in pants pink.
  • Only electricians qualified can change a light bulb. Otherwise, you are going to get a ticket!

England

  • Not zarandees, or clean carpets in the streets. Important: just in case you decide to do this, you have to do it alone until 8:00 in the morning.
  • It is forbidden to graze cattle on the street from 7:00 to 22:00, unless you have a permit from the police.
  • You must not kiss you at the train stations. This is indicated by the signals. The authorities feared that, because of the long goodbyes, all the platforms are overloaded.

Italy

  • Since 2008, in Venice it is not allowed to feed pigeons in St. Mark’s Square. This is due to the fact that the pigeons are ruining the historic buildings and monuments. And also these birds, seemingly innocuous, are hotbeds of dangerous diseases.
  • In the city of Eraclea, near Venice, it is forbidden to build castles of sand on the beaches because they can “obstruct the passage” of people walking along the coast.
  • In Ebola, the couples may not kiss in the car.
  • On the Italian island of Capri it is forbidden to use shoes with a wooden sole, as well as any shoes that make noise.

Singapore

Those who chew gum will be punished. Since it is forbidden to transport and eat chewing gum. This rule is in force since 1992. In this country believe that chewing gum can damage a lot of the health and pollute the environment.

Canada

In Canada, by law, from 6:00 to 18:00 Monday to Friday 35% of the time of issuance of the radios should only include national content.

Japan

In 2008, the country decided to introduce an annual control on the size of the waist of their citizens between 40 and 74 years (not more than 86 cm for men and 90 cm for women). In this way Japan’s fight against obesity and opportunistic infections. In 2015, companies that “did not meet the objectives” were fined.

India

Continuing with the theme of the fight against obesity, in 2016, the indian state of Kerala imposed a “tax the fat”. 14.5% for burgers, pizzas, donuts and other fatty foods that are served in restaurants.

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