20 absurd laws from around the world!

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Prepare yourselves to be dumbfounded.

  1. It is against the law to throw confetti or spray silly string in Mobile, Alabama.
  2. In Greece, police are allowed to arrest anyone suspected of having HIV. Police are also allowed to force HIV testing, to publicize the names of HIV-positive people and to have them evicted from their homes.
  3. It is illegal to step on money in Thailand.
  4.  In Singapore, selling non-medical chewing gum or chewing normal gum is illegal. 
  5.  In Montana, “proxy weddings” are allowed for those serving in the military, which means a friend can pretend to be the groom or the bride and the union will still be considered valid. In some cases both the bride and the groom are absent.
  6.  In Vermont, a wife needs the husband’s permission to wear false teeth.
  7. You can marry your cousin, but only if you are both over the age of 65 in Utah.
  8. It is stated as legal to marry a dead person in France.
  9. In Iowa, it is illegal for a man with a mustache to kiss a woman in public.
  10. In Hong Kong, there’s a law that allows a wife to kill her husband if she finds him cheating. However, she must kill him with her bare hands.
  11. It’s illegal to fart in a public place after 6 pm on a Thursday in Florida.
  12. In Samoa, it is illegal to forget your wife’s birthday.
  13. In Honolulu, Hawaii it is illegal to sing loudly after sunset.
  14. Children of 15 and older can be sent to jail for cheating in exams in Bangladesh.
  15. In Australia, men are not allowed to wear strapless dresses.
  16. In Florida it is illegal for a divorced or a widowed woman to skydive on a Sunday afternoon.
  17.  It is illegal to flush a toilet after 10 pm in Switzerland.
  18. In China, it is a law that a person must be intelligent to go to college.
  19. Vladimir Putin made it illegal to tell kids that gay people exist in Russia.
  20. In Japan, it is illegal to be fat.

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