Amazing bans in different countries
If you like to travel, then you definitely need to know that every country has its own rules, laws and guidelines that you should abide by unquestioningly, even if they seem to you very strange.
, you can not survive without the permission of reincarnation in Tibet
The Chinese government has issued a decree according to which the reincarnation of the Buddhist monks is illegal without a special permit. This decision was taken in 2007. Of course, control the execution of such a ban is difficult, however, quite clear the reasons for its emergence. This was done to insult the Dalai Lama and undermine its impact on society.
In France, there are rules for the use of ketchup and mayonnaise in school
In the French schools use sauces controlled by law. It was invented to improve the dietary properties of school lunches. By law sauce should be served with a dish, and not to provide open access. So the country cares about the health of students. This decree was published in 2011 under the limit fat consumption.
In Iceland banned strip clubs
In Iceland, you can not use the naked body of employees as a source of income. This ban came in 2010. As a result, Iceland became the first country in the world to ban such establishments are not for religious reasons.
banned walkers for children in Canada
For safety reasons, Canadians are banned walkers. Walkers seem to be a simple device that helps the child to remain active, however, in Canada, children can only crawl, because since 2004 walkers are prohibited because they are too dangerous. If you are seen with a child in a walker, you can expect a fine of up to hundreds of thousands of Canadian dollars.
Long back hair and hair "ponytail" Men are forbidden in Iran
Since 2010, Iran's strict policy about hairstyles. There banned "Western hairstyles", including styling gel and long hair gathered in a ponytail.
In Singapore, you can not chew gum
The chewing gum in Singapore, in public places is prohibited. And do not think that it is easy to breach: you can get a huge fine. Allowed only a few varieties of chewing gum, medically necessary.
In Saudi Arabia and Pakistan can not celebrate Valentine's Day
In 2017 Pakistan was banned Valentine's Day. The reason is that this is not a Muslim tradition, besides bad to focus on love, not directed to God. In Indonesia, it adopted a similar solution: the government banned the idea of such a holiday. In Saudi Arabia, it was forbidden to sell goods subject to this day back in 2008.
In Rome forbidden to keep goldfish in a large glass bowl
In Rome it is forbidden to keep goldfish in a round glass aquarium, because it is believed that this form of the bowl does not provide enough oxygen and the fish being can go blind. In 2005, it was also forbidden to give away fish or other animals as prizes.
In Rome it is forbidden not walk the dog
Dog owners in Rome are required to walk them. Rome became the second city in the world where walking the dog became mandatory by law since 2005. If you do not follow the rules, you may be fined up to a considerable sum. Nor can we leave animals in the car or put in the window.
In Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan, there is a ban on lace
In these countries, you will not find full lace underwear: clothes, direct contact with the body, must contain at least six percent cotton. Fewer makes tissue unhealthy.
In Portugal, Denmark and Iceland have bans on some names of
In these countries, there is legislation that controls the names of the children. To name your child, you will need to follow certain rules. For example, in Portugal, you can not use the names by which it is unclear what sex their owner. In Portugal, people choose from the list of names public. In Denmark, too, there is a similar law - there are forbidden names that may adversely affect the child. In Iceland, there is a simple law - there should not be given to the newborn to three names.
July 27, 2017 If you like to travel, then you definitely need to know that every country has its own rules, laws and guidelines that you should abide by unquestioningly, even if they seem to you very strange.
If you are planning to visit the Acropolis, you should give up the shoes with heels. Since 2009, the area adjacent to the attractions, heels are forbidden, because these shoes harms the soil and can lead to the destruction of historical heritage.
In Sweden, forbidden to advertise products to children
At school and at home in Sweden is forbidden to spank children. In addition, children are protected and advertising. Back in the nineties it was forbidden to show on TV advertising aimed at children under the age of twelve. Before children's transmissions or after the commercials do not show.
In Australia, there is a limit on the noise level of
In Australia banned produce loud sounds when sleeping neighbors. There are also more detailed restrictions. For example, religious holidays can not use a vacuum cleaner.
In many European countries need to bring documents
In many European countries you should always carry documents with photos. For example, this is the case in Germany, Hungary, Belgium, the Netherlands, Austria and Spain. Even if you are not a citizen of these countries, you are still concerned.
In Saudi Arabia and Indonesia banned masturbation
the world masturbating prohibited in some countries. For example, in Indonesia, you may end up in jail for this for thirty-two months. In Saudi Arabia, for masturbation, you can get a few hundred lashes.
In Canada, you can not use a lot of pennies
In Canada, a single transaction can not be used for more than twenty five pennies. This is the first step toward the abandonment of the coins, which the country began to move in 2013. It changes that are needed to support the economy.
The presence of employees with obesity leads to fines for firms in Japan
Japanese employees constantly are weighing and measuring, it is necessary for health monitoring. Since 2008, the law obliges the company to control the waist employees from forty to seventy-four years old. If the waist exceeds the limit, the company will have to pay a fine.
In Australia, technically forbidden to create humorous images
In Australia are prohibited from using other people's images and photos, so creating jokes demotivators format is illegal. However, not so long ago, it has been amended: you can share other people's images, if it does not bring you income.
You can not dress up Hitler in Germany or Austria
In Austria and Germany is forbidden to praise Hitler. It is also impossible to portray.