World's Strangest Laws

4/10/2011

Whether or not these laws are fact or fiction, we can’t be certain, but we sure don’t want to break them!

 

• In England, it is seen as an act of treason to place a postage stamp featuring the British monarch upside down on an envelope.

• In Alabama, it is illegal for someone to drive blindfolded.

• You must not leave a public toilet unflushed in Singapore.

• Running out of petrol on the German Autobahn is illegal. And if you just happen to, walking along the side of the road is illegal too.

• In Denmark, you must always drive with your headlights on to distinguish it from a parked car.

• No feeding the pigeons in Venice, only unless it is for a photo.

• In Moscow, your car cannot be so dirty that you cannot read the number plate.

• It is illegal to set up a mouse trap in California if you don’t have a hunting license.

• In Turkey, it is illegal for a man over 80 years old to become a pilot.

And here in Australia, apparently:

• In Victoria, only a licensed electrician can change a light bulb.

• Naming an animal that you plan to eat is illegal.

• You are not allowed to wear hot pink pants after midday on a Sunday.


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