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These 9 Things Are Illegal In Many Countries, But Legal In America

Different countries ban different things which might oppose their culture. America is totally cool with these things as these are simple things which are banned in other countries. 

Here is the list of things that are banned in many other countries but are totally legal in America.

These 9 Things Are Illegal In Many Countries, But Legal In America

These 9 Things Are Illegal In Many Countries, But Legal In America

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Things that should be banned but enjoyed by Americans legally!

Things that should be banned but enjoyed by Americans legally!

1. Baby Walkers

1. Baby Walkers

Since 2004, baby walkers are banned in Canada as the government thinks it delays the mental and motor growth of the child.

2. Bringing ketchup in schools

2. Bringing ketchup in schools

Ketchup was banned in France to preserve the French cuisine flavor.

3. Mullets

3. Mullets

Iranian Ministry of Culture banned this amazing hairstyle in 2010.

4. Plastic bags

4. Plastic bags

Bangladesh was the first country to ban the plastic bags in 2002. There are many countries who also banned it after a short period of time. Also, some cities of California has banned the plastic bags.

5. Chewing Gum

5. Chewing Gum

In 1992, Singapore banned the import and selling of chewing gum. It's consumption was not banned but after 12 years they allowed sugar free gum.

6. Baby names

6. Baby names

Denmark Government has prepared a list of 7000 names from which citizens has to choose their kids names. If they have something else in their mind then they have to take a formal approval from the church. This is also practiced in Sweden and New Zealand.

7. Incandescent bulbs

7. Incandescent bulbs

Cuba banned Incandescent bulbs in 2005. Even, Argentina and the European Union countries also banned it in 2010 and 2012.

8. Spanking

8. Spanking

Swedish Government banned spanking their children in 1979. After that, 45 other countries also followed to outlaw this cruel punishment. In the US, this corporal punishment is allowed in 19 US States.

9. Tobacco Products

9. Tobacco Products

Bhutan took a bold step by banning all the tobacco products in 2010.

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