Don't Do These Very Weird Things Which Are Against The Law... Or You'll Be In Trouble.
It's no surprise there are some really weird laws in existence. For example, in California, it's illegal to have a bicycle in a swimming pool... and in Singapore it's illegal to chew gum since 1992.
Here are some of the weirdest laws in existence. Better watch your back!
If you plan on having a pillow fight in Germany, be warned. You may be charged with assault if you hit too hard.
#2. North Korea
You cannot wear black jeans as they are linked to the United States. If you are going to wear denim, you have to go blue.
#3. Great Britain
Only the Queen of England can eat the mute swan. If you are caught eating one, you may be fined £5,000 or face six months in prison.
Disc jockeys have to play the same number of tango songs as any other genre played.
Featherbeds are illegal. It is believed the bed may encourages lustful feelings.
Eating and drinking is not allowed on prehistoric sites.
#7. Great Britain
The Prohibition and Inspections Act of 1998 forbids causing a nuclear explosion.
This is not the place for the metrosexual man. A law was passed in 2010 prohibiting men from donning spiky hair or wearing ponytails.
Despite all the photos of tourists feeding pigeons, it is actually against the law.
Canada's Currency Act of 1985 limits the number of coins you can use per transaction. The maximum for nickels is $5.00 while the looney ($1.00) the maximum is $25.00.
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