What Are Some Amazing Psychology Facts Part 2

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What Are Some Of The Strangest Laws In The World ?



Let's Know Some Weirdest Laws from Around the World  That Will Blow Your Mind
  • Japan : It Is Illegal To Be Fat
    • According to the law, companies and local governments must annually measure the waistlines of Japanese workers and citizens who are between 40 and 74 years old. The waistline limit for men is 33.5 inches whereas for women it is 35.4 inches. Dieting guidance and re-education is given to those who fail to measure up.
  • Italy : It’s Illegal If Not Taking A Dog For Walk.
    • In the Italian city of Turin, it is illegal to walk your dog less than three times a day. Those who break the law will be fined up to about $622 — although how the authorities will find out how many times a day you walk your dog remains unclear.
  • Italy : Forbidden To Wear Noisy Shoes.
    • Noisy shoes such as wooden-soled sandals (and some even say flip-flops) are prohibited on the island of Capri, Italy. It is also forbidden to dress immodestly.
  • England: It Is Illegal To Kill Or Eat Any Mute Swans.
    • The Queen owns all of the Mute Swans of England, and only she is allowed to kill and eat one. This goes all the way back to Medieval times, when swans were considered a delicacy that the wealthy desperately wanted on their dinner tables. The Mute Swan is officially a protected species and therefore nobody is legally allowed to kill them for the purpose of eating them as well as mute swans are protected under the wildlife and countryside act of 1981. Anyone found guilty of killing them faces a £5,000 fine or up to six months in prison.
  • Thailand : No E-Cigarettes Allowed.
    • You can’t bring vaporizers such as e-cigarettes, e-baraku or refills into Thailand. These items are likely to be confiscated and you would be fined or sent to prison for up to 10 years if convicted.
  • Russia: It Is Illegal To Drive A Dirty Car.
    • The law regarding driving a dirty car with dirt covered number plate has been passed in both Chelyabinsk and Moscow, and can garner a fine of 2,000 rubles (30 EUR).
  • Singapore : Chewing Gum Is Illegal.
    • Gum has been banned in the southeast Asian sovereign state since 1992, because government thought it would lead to mischief making. A single piece of gum could land you a fine of $1000. Do it a second time and you’ll owe the state $2000. A third time means you’ll be forced into hard labor, cleaning the streets while wearing a sign that says “I’m a litterer.”
  • Malaysia and Singapore: No Spitting Except Into Drains.
    • If you have something caught in your throat in Malaysia or Singapore, as you could be fined for spitting on the sidewalk, within a private building, or really anywhere that isn’t a drain.Those found liable under this Act may be liable to a fine of RM 100 [20 EUR].
  • Switzerland: It Is Illegal To Own Only One Goldfish.
    • Switzerland has some of the most thorough and dedicated animal cruelty laws in the world. While people are welcome to own multiple goldfish, owning just one is considered inhumane isolation.
  • Caribbeans Countries : No Camouflage Attire.
    • Many Caribbeans countries such as Barbados, St. Vincent and St. Lucia ban wearing of camouflage clothing, including children.
  • Sri Lanka : No Buddha Selfies Or Tattoos.
    • The mistreatment of Buddhist images and artifacts is a serious offence and tourist have been convicted for the same. British nationals have been refused entry to Sri Lanka or face deportation for tattoos of Buddha. Don’t post photographs standing in front of Buddha Statues.
  • Thailand : Don’t Step Currency Notes.
    • Thai baht carries an image of the much revered King of Thailand, who has ruled country for over 70 years. Stepping on the currency and therefore his face, is a criminal act. It’s also against the law to insult His Majesty.
  • Italy : Feeding The Pigeons In Venice.
    • You can face a $700 fine for feeding pigeons in St Mark’s Square, Venice. The Act was outlawed in a bid to reduce pigeons numbers and associated damages to historic structures. Or in other words a conspiracy to collaborate in the making of bird poop bombs that will be aimed squarely at Venice’s historical buildings.
  • Switzerland : No late-night loo flushing.
    • It’s against the law to flush a toilet after 10 p.m. in some apartment building or blocks in Switzerland, apparently it’s too noisy for some residents.
  • Italy : Dog Poop Popping In Public Places
    • Citizens of Capri, Italy, are so tired of random dog poop popping up in public places that they recently proposed a law that would require DNA testing of unidentified canine turds. Once the offending animal (and owner) are identified, they will be fined.
  • Japan : Medicines Containing Codeine Banned.
    • The use or possession of some medicine like Vicks-Inhalers or painkillers containing Codeine is banned in Japan and can result in detention or deportation.
  • China: Reincarnation Is Illegal Without The Government’s Permission.
    • The ruling Communist Party is an officially atheist organization so officials are barred from practicing religion. It is perennially uncomfortable with forces outside of its control, and has for years demanded the power to regulate the supernatural affairs of Tibetan Buddhist figures, determining who can and cannot be reincarnated.
  • Chad : Illegal to Take Photographs.
    • It is illegal to take any photos inside the country (not just photos of military buildings, airports, and so on) without first acquiring a camera permit from the Ministry of Communications in N’Djamena.
  • Australia : Illegal To Intentionally Disrupt a Wedding Or A Funeral.
    • Disrupting a wedding or a funeral is illegal in Australia and doing so can get you a fine of up to $10,000 and two years in prison.
  • Australia : Only A Qualified Electrician Is Allowed To Change A Light Bulb In Victoria.
    • Australia's second most populated state says it's illegal to change a light bulb unless you're a licensed electrician. Apparently, rebels who defy this law could receive a fine of up to AU$10 (£5.50).
  • Greece : Illegal To Wear High Heels.
    • It is illegal to wear high heels at archaeological sites and historic monuments, which could be damaged by the heels. Tourists visiting the Acropolis or Colosseum will want to trade in their five-inch stiletto heels for a pair of walking shoes. Besides the obvious comfort issue, wearing heels in ancient Greek sites is banned. It's to protect the artifacts from wear and tear.
  • Canada : Its Illegal To Possess of Baby Walkers.
    • It is illegal to sell, import, advertise, and use baby walkers in Canada, where they are deemed to be unsafe. Those who are caught in possession of a baby walker may be fined to up to $100,000 or face up to six months in jail.
  • England : It Is Illegal To Die In The Houses Of Parliament.
    • This was voted the most ludicrous law in the UK in 2007. A spokesman for the House of Commons said: 'The people who know about these things here say there is no basis for such a law, not to say it does not exist somewhere in writing.'
  • Philippines And Vatican City : Divorce Is Illegal.
    • The Philippines is the only country in the world apart from Vatican City where divorce is illegal. The only option is to get an annulment, which is a long and tedious process that requires one partner to claim that their spouse is too psychologically incapacitated to remain married.
  • Germany : Running Out Of Petrol Is Illegal.
    • Running out of petrol is illegal on Germany's autobahn, and so is walking along it. So those who do break down must pull over and use their horn to attraction attention. The penalty is €80 (£65) for endangering other drivers.
  • France : Drive Around Without Your Own Breathalyzer.
    • It is illegal to drive around without your own breathalyzer, even if you are a tourist. However, since 2013, the fine for breaking the law ($14) has been waived indefinitely.
  • Denmark : The Children Naming Law.
    • The Danish law on personal names prohibits parents from naming their children something deemed to be silly. Parents can only choose a name from a list of 7,000 names. Expecting parents can either choose a name from an approved list or else seek a name approval from the government. Banned names include Monkey, Anus, and Pluto.
  • Maldives : Strict Muslim Religious Law.
    • The Muslim nation of the Maldives has a strict ban on anything they deem contrary to the teachings of Islam, including pornography, pork, alcohol, and bibles or any non-Islamic religious text. If you're a tourist of another faith, you are allowed one copy of your particular holy book, but are cautioned not to leave it out in the open — say, on the beach — under penalty of law.
  • Mexico : Taking Your Feet Off The Pedals Of A Bike.
    • Bicyclists in Mexico better keep their feet firmly on the pedals, hands on the handlebars, and eyes forward or risk a fine for riding recklessly. This was a law passed in the late 19th century after an accident between a coach and a cyclist.
  • Canada : Paying With Too Many Coins.
    • It's illegal to use more than 25 pennies in one transaction.We can absolutely get behind this law. The Currency Act of 1985 even provides a detailed breakdown of the pocket change glass ceiling.
  • Pakistan, Indonesia & Saudi Arabia : Valentine’ Day Celebration Is Illegal.
    • It is illegal to celebrate Valentine’s Day because it is not part of Muslim tradition.
  • Bogota & Colombia : Day Without Car.
    • It is illegal to drive your car or motorbike during the annual “Day Without Cars.” Those caught driving between 5 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. on this special day are fined about $17,000.

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