Strange but Interesting Laws Around the World ( GK )

The Information related to Judiciary Examination will be post here...
Post Reply
User avatar
amjadiqbal
TWO Star Member
TWO Star Member
Posts: 177
Joined: Sun Jul 10, 2011 1:56 pm
Nationality: Pakistani
Contact:

Strange but Interesting Laws Around the World ( GK )

Post by amjadiqbal » Wed May 13, 2015 2:51 am

In Turin, Italy, dog owners must take their dogs on a walk at least three times a day.

In Britain you are not allowed to let your pet mate with any pet form the royal house.

In Kentucky, a woman cannot remarry the same man more than three times.

In Greece, if anyone wants to get married, the law requires those to publish their wedding notice in a newspaper (written in Greek) or on the City Hall notice board.

In New York City it is illegal to honk your horn. If you do, you’re at risk of paying $350 fine.

In Florida, it’s illegal to fart in a public place after 6pm on a Thursday.

In Samoa it is illegal to forget your wife’s birthday.

In Britain, oddly enough it is illegal to be drunk in the pub.

In Honolulu, Hawaii it is illegal to sing loudly after sunset.

In Victoria, Australia, it is illegal to change a light bulb unless you’re a licensed electrician.

In the UK, a law still exists from the Middle Ages that requires all males over the age of 14 to be trained in shooting a long bow.

In UAE, extramarital sex is against the law and could result in jail sentences for over a year. Which means that in rape cases, both the victim and the perpetrator could end up being charged with the same crime.

In Saudi Arabia, there is no minimum age for marriage. In 2008, a Saudi court refused an 8-year-old girl, who asked for a divorce from her 58-year-old husband.

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.

In the Philippines you can be charged with the crime of “unjust vexation” for doing just that, vexing someone.

The only two states where divorce is illegal are the Philippines and The Vatican.

In Thailand it is illegal to step on money.

In Singapore, selling non-medical chewing gum or chewing normal gum is a fine of $1000. A second offense costs $2000 and being forced to clean a public area of the city for a day. If a person litters three times, they must clean the streets wearing a bib that reads “I’m a litterer.” Even pharmacists who sell the medical gum and forget to ID get two years in jail. Spitting is also illegal and can result in arrest.

In Britain, it is illegal to import potatoes into England or Wales if you have reasonable cause to believe that they are Polish.

Bangladeshi children of 15 and older can be sent to jail for cheating on their final exams.

In Florida it is illegal for a divorced or a widowed woman to skydive on a Sunday afternoon.

In Canada, any comic book that portrays illegal activity is banned.

In China, it is a law that a person must be intelligent to go to college.

In France, it is illegal to name a pig Napoleon. Apparently this is a slight to the great French general and emperor.

In seven U.S. states, according to their constitutions, atheists are barred from holding public office.

Not until 2008 did the UN Security Council pass UN Security Council Resolution No. 1820 which declared rape and other forms of sexual violence a war crime, a crime against humanity, and a constitutive act with respect to genocide, arising from the conflict in the Balkans, in which violating women became an conspicuous weapon in the war.

In Saudi Arabia, it is illegal for any woman to drive a car. Right now, it’s illegal for them to vote too. Apparently it has become legal in 2015 .

In July 2013 a law was passed in China that states it is illegal for adult children to not visit their parents “often” in China. They are also required to attend to their parent’s spiritual needs.

In Arkansas there still exists a law that was instated in the 1800s that states a husband is allowed to beat his wife, but only once a month.

In Iowa, it is illegal for a man with a mustache to kiss a woman in public.

In Britain it is an act of treason to place a postage stamp bearing the monarch’s head upside down on an envelope.

In Russia, Vladimir Putin just recently made it illegal to tell kids that gay people exist.

In Colorado it is illegal to collect rainwater. Apparently farmers and landowners are being punished for this.

In Pakistan,Law is possession of...Will let you know next time , Inshallah.


Stay Blessed.
All the people rushing by,
Looking for the meanings of this life!


User avatar
maryam90
Three Star Member
Three Star Member
Posts: 1058
Joined: Tue Dec 16, 2014 7:40 pm
Nationality: Pakistani
Location: Bahawalpur

Re: Strange but Interesting Laws Around the World ( GK )

Post by maryam90 » Wed May 13, 2015 9:29 am

interesting :)
“If you’re not willing to fail, you won’t succeed.” :)

Post Reply

Return to “JUDICIARY”