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1. It is forbidden to chew gum in Singapore. SSingapore banned the use of chewing gum across the country after $ 150,000 was used annually to clean and eliminate it across the country:


2. In Canada it is forbidden to play foreign artists songs on the radio.


3. Notorious for having dynamic speed limits that give drivers a chance to travel more than 100 miles per hour, car enthusiasts and speed demons love trips along the German Autobhan. But, if you run out of gas, you could face a big fine. And don't even think of walking to a gas station; you'll get another fine for that! Why? Germans believe you have the power to keep your car properly gassed up, so if you run out of gas, it's your own fault. Walking along the highway is unsafe, as is having your vehicle stalled on or on the side of the road. Keep your eyes on your gas gauge and fill 'er up when you get low.


4. It's Illegal to Wear High Heels to the Acropolis. Of course, it is not clear why anyone would want to visit this landmark in high heels, but the Greeks decided to protect this ancient tourist scenic spot from the likely extra damage from heels. When taking a selfie with a Buddha statue, you are standing with your back to the statue, which is a sign of disrespect.


6. Details at present, this applies not only to the spoken word, but also to any physical disrespectful gestures:


7. The law "on protection of the rights and interests of adults" began to operate in 2013.from, where it is officially written: "People who live far from their parents should visit the house more often՚:


8. In the city of Sellia, if a citizen does not pass the annual check to prevent medical death, they will be fined 10€:


9. If in many other countries it is allowed to have, for example, one goldfish, here it is considered a gift to the animal of inhuman loneliness: