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Weird Lifestyle Laws Around the World
« on: Jun 25, 2013, 09:19 PM »
While you may be condemning the laws of your country, have a look at some of the most weird, craziest and wackiest laws that lawmakers around the world seem to have made when not in their senses.

1. Chewing gums are banned in Singapore in order to maintain cleanliness in the country.

2. It’s illegal to feed pigeons in open in Venice.

3. The conservative land of Dubai doesn’t allow 2 people of the opposite s*x to share a hotel room unless they are married or closely related.

4. Stiletto heels apparently cause more damage to the ground they are walked on, than the wearer’s legs, and hence Greece has banned its women from strutting about in them on it’s monumental national heritage sites.

5. You would have to shell out a fine lest you are caught carrying ice cream cones in your pocket in Kentucky. We wonder whether it’s as bad to carry full ice creams in the pocket!

6. You will get away with smoking a drug like cannabis in Holland, but if you smoke tobacco, you would be termed as a law breaker.

7. A pregnant woman in UK has the privilege of urinating anywhere she pleases, even in a policeman’s helmet.

8. The higher or lower your earning income is in Finland, accordingly you will be charged for breaking traffic laws.

9. You dare not forget your wife’s birthday while in Samoa, for you would be a criminal if you do so. Maybe the memory of men there is the sharpest in the world!

10. Dirty cars invite a fine in Moscow. Keep you car clean dear Russians!

11. If you are the sort who feels hungry a lot, and loves fast food, UAE isn’t the place for you during the month of Ramadan as people cannot have anything in public before sundown.

12. As hilarious as it may seem, one cannot afford to die in the House of Parliament in London. It’s a crime.

13. You would be disrespecting the king and government of Thailand, and hence be branded as a criminal if you are ever found stepping on the country’s currency.

14. Small girls of Indiana, beware. You cannot dress up Ken in his toy doll girlfriend, Barbie’s clothes, for that’s a crime.

15. Pigs cannot be raised in Israel unless and until they are required for medical research.

Re: Weird Lifestyle Laws Around the World
« Reply #1 on: Jul 02, 2013, 12:34 AM »
Wow...really crazy laws and lifestyle in some parts of the world.