If you are planning to go out on a world tour, you better go through the laws and regulations of that country because the world is becoming a weird place to live in. These absurd rules around the world can get you into trouble. Few of them make some sense, but most of them are idiotic.
Now, this may sound a bit surprising, but even developed countries like England, Australia, and China are on the list. These rules are so ridiculous that after going through this article, you probably do not want to live on this planet anymore.
So, if you are looking forward to a peaceful holiday trip you better go through the following list of some Bizarre Laws around the world.
Yeah, you read it right. The reason behind this bizarre law is that the students were using too much ketchup and it was demeaning to the French's traditional cuisine. So, they banned it in school cafeterias. Although, they are allowed to have some only if they order French Fries.
Chewing gum helps students to make it through boring lectures, and is of course, illegal in Singapore since 1992 to maintain cleanliness. Does that even make sense?
It looks like Bolivians do not like fast food. McDonald's did not stand a chance against the Bolivian cuisine because fast food is the opposite of what they consider to be a good meal.
Since the government of Saudi Arabia thinks Valentine's Day is against the Islamic rules, they don't celebrate it.
According to the Australian Classification Board (ABC), your breast size decides if you are under 18 or not. ABC feels that a woman with an A cup looks as if they are under 18. ABC rejected a large number of movies due to breast size.
It is illegal to frown in Milan except when you are at a funeral or in a hospital.
Italy is one of the most romantic countries, but in Eboli, it is illegal to kiss someone in a moving vehicle.
In Australia, only licensed electricians can change light bulbs. The penalty for breaking this law is 10 Australian dollars.
This absurd law is coming from England which states that if you die in the House of Parliament you will be entitled to a state funeral because buildings are considered a royal palace.
It is not surprising because it is North Korea after all. 80 North Koreans were executed for owning Bibles. So, it would be a good idea to leave your Bible at home if you are visiting North Korea.