Every country in the world must have its own rules and laws. However, there are some strange rules that must be followed by people or tourists who go to this place. Interestingly, these strange rules have been legalized by these countries and are advised to follow.
If you’re planning to travel to a place that you’ve never visited before, we recommend you to read the rules below. So that you are not in a situation to pay a fine for violating this rule. Though you may find it strange, In some countries, this rule has been legalized and must be followed.
Here are five strange rules around the world that you should know:
5. Kissing while driving
Italy is known as a world-renowned romantic place. But remember, you have to be careful if you want to kiss your partner in the town of Eboli, Southern Italy. Here, kissing while driving a car is prohibited. Those who break the rules may be fined hundreds of dollars.
4. Prohibited to die in The House of Parliament.
Another popular rule in the UK is forbidden to die in the Houses of Parliament. This law really exists and has been confirmed. This strange rule is based on the fact that the parliament building is a royal palace and those who died there are technically entitled to the burial of the kingdom.
3. Chewing Gum
When you go to Singapore, remember not to bring gum or chew it. In 2004, Singapore imposed a ban on imports, sales, and consumption of gum except for health benefits. Because of this reason, chewing gum is sold only in pharmacies. One who chews gum will be fined $1000 SGD and one who throws away chewing gum on the streets will be fined $500 SGD.
2. Winnie The Pooh
In Tuszyn, a small town in Poland, Winnie the Pooh is banned in children’s playgrounds. Why it is banned? Local authorities argue that Winnie the Pooh is “half-naked” and has a “vague genitals,” which is not appropriate for children.
If you visit Milan, Italy, make sure you are smiling all the time, even at the person you just met or stranger. Because in Milan, the rules for not showing a sullen face have been legalized. It is permitted or authorized to smile at any time, to anyone you meet, except during a funeral or hospital visit. People who violate this rule may be subjected to fine.
Author: Adam Nicholas.