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It is a well-known fact that men's eyes tend to gravitate towards most women's breasts. They are surely dangerous because they end up tempting men. Babies suck them for nourishment and, men and women for pleasure.
But they certainly cannot be more dangerous than guns, yet in these 17 countries showing even a bit of them in public can put you in danger.
Women publicly displaying their nip in Ireland can expect to face six months in prison or a fine of €634.87.
How can a countryresponsible for Salma Hayek favor guns over breasts?
Turkish women can face a fine if they show their breasts in public. That's not it, in April last year Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc proposed that there should be a law banning Turkish women from laughing in public.
It is alright for the country's leader to pose topless for homoerotic holiday snaps, but a woman is liable for €50 fine if she does the same.
You can be prosecuted for exposing breasts in public.
You are likely to be fined or imprisoned in Malta if those nips slip.
No chance, you may otherwise face no less than six months imprisonment under modesty laws for showing your breasts.
You can carry a gun in Pakistan, the way you carry your smartphone but if you expose tits, you will be imprisoned or fined Rs. 200.
Show your tits and then you'd face up to 90 days in prison, or a fine of $2,000.
In Syria, women who choose not to wear the hijab to cover their head and chest risk being humiliated publicly, beaten, imprisoned and fined all because of the modest rules of God, that may or may not exist.
You may pay £9.50 to seek a prostitute; that is the same amount you will pay if you show your nipples in Thailand.
Same as in Syria, Iraqi women pay a huge cost for not wearing hijab, being humiliated publicly.
While there are thousands of instances of exposed norks in Egypt's famous hieroglyphics, a glimpse of them in reality would land you a prison sentence.
Beautiful country, gorgeous women, but showing off that beauty, especially breasts will get you imprisoned for two years and/or face expulsion.