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Top 10 tough laws in the world
Top 10 tough laws in the world
Top 10 tough laws in the world
Top 10 tough laws in the world
Top 10 tough laws in the world
Top 10 tough laws in the world
Top 10 tough laws in the world
Top 10 tough laws in the world
Top 10 tough laws in the world
Top 10 tough laws in the world
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  • 1. Top 10 Tough Laws in the World<br />AJIT SINGH<br />ENGLISH TRAINER<br />
  • 2. CRIME : In Italy it is illegal to feed the pigeons. The locals are tired of cleaning up pigeon poop. <br />PUNISHMENT : Fines ranges from a warning to $50 to $600.<br />DON’T FEED THE PIGEONS (ITALY)<br />
  • 3. EATING IN PUBLIC (U.A.E)<br />CRIME : You’re not allowed to eat or drink in public during fasting hours (i.e. daylight hours) at all. <br />PUNISHMENT : Fine up to $275 for drinking juice in public. Avoid public displays of affection as well unless you want to spend a few months in jail.<br />
  • 4. CRIME : This means you can’t pay for an item in all coins (especially if it’s over $10). Even the use of dollar-coins is limited. The shop owner has the right to choose whether or not he wants to take your coins but doesn’t have to.<br />DON�T PAY IN CHANGE (CANADA)<br />
  • 5. CRIME : Illegal to drive a dirty car. <br />PUNISHMENT : The police decide to charge you � unless, of course, you offer him a bit of cash.<br />WASH YOUR CAR (MOSCOW)<br />
  • 6. CRIME : Switched off vehicle’s headlights throughout day & night.<br />PUNISHMENT : Fine up to $100<br />LEAVE YOUR HEADLIGHTS ON (DENMARK)<br />
  • 7. You’ve heard of the Autobahn, right?<br />No speed limits. <br />CRIME : It’s illegal to pull over on the side of this road for any reason. <br />DON�T STOP ON THE AUTOBAHN (GERMANY)<br />
  • 8. PUT YOUR SHIRT ON (THAILAND)<br />CRIME : Driving a car or Motorcycle without a shirt on. <br />PUNISHMENT : Verbal warnings to tickets costing about $10. <br />
  • 9. CRIME: Kissing each other goodbye at train stations as trains were actually running late. <br />PUNISHMENT: In Warrington Bank Quay in England, however, you’ll be asked to move your goodbyes to the �kissing zone.�<br />DON’T KISS YOUR LOVER GOODBYE (FRANCE AND ENGLAND)<br />
  • 10. CRIME: Indecent wearing at beaches.<br />PUNISHMENT : Fines can reach up to $270<br />WEAR A COVER UP (GRENADA)<br />
  • 11. The government really wants to keep the city clean and will fine you for chewing gum, feeding the birds (it causes poop) and forgetting to flush a public toilet. The only legal gum you can chew is Nicorette but you have to get it from a doctor and they will give your name to government officials to confirm you’re allowed to have a wad in your mouth. <br />NO GUM CHEWING (SINGAPORE)<br />
  • 12. BE MULTI-CULTURIST <br />

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