18 Weird International Laws That We Don't Have In America
Don't even think about taking your UFO to France.
You can't chew gum in Singapore.
In Denmark, you can only name your newborn one of the 7,000 government-approved names.
In the United Kingdom, it is illegal to shake or beat a rug into the street.
You're not allowed to own more than 110 pounds of potatoes at once in Western Australia.
Wearing heels at historical sites in Greece is against the law.
In England, you can't handle a salmon in suspicious circumstances.
It's a $10,000 fine or two years in prison if you disrupt a wedding or funeral in Australia.
Don't even think about riding a cow drunk in Scotland.
In France, you aren't allowed to kiss on train platforms.
You will be fined if you're driving a dirty car around in Russia.
You'll be fined in Oshawa, Ontario, if you climb a tree. It may not be worth the $250.
In France, ketchup is banned in school cafeterias.
It's illegal to scold a barking dog in Switzerland.
Strip clubs are banned in Iceland.
You can't check your phone in a drive-through in Canada.
And it's illegal for a UFO to launch from, land at, or fly over Châteauneuf-du-Pape, France.
In Switzerland, it's illegal to own one guinea pig because they're prone to loneliness.
And it's illegal to own a rabbit in Australia unless you can prove you're a magician.
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