As promised, here is part 3 and what might be the last part for now. Most of the time, I’m pre-blogging, so I don’t know how these posts will go down well with you. So, what I have been doing there is an article on Bored Panda about unusual laws worldwide. There are 30 rules on the list, so I can write a few posts about the topic if you liked them.
#7 It’s Illegal To Wrestle A Bear In South Africa
The only way I can see this making sense is if they a tradition but other than that, I don’t really know. Thinking about bears are being hunted into inexistent. So, I think it will be good to stop shooting them and take care of the environment instead.
#8 Running Out Of Fuel On The Autobahn Can Lead To A Fine
I see both sides here; first, we are all human, so we are all subject to human error. Sadly errors or not, accidents still happen, and lives can be lost, which is why there is a fine.
#9 It’s Illegal To Disrupt A Wedding In Australia
In South Australia, the tables have turned; if you purposefully disturb a wedding, a funeral, or any religious service, you can be fined $10,000 or be imprisoned for 2 years. I don’t know about you, but I would close my mouth and stay seated because objecting isn’t worth it here.
I think I will leave here for the time being. If you want me to comment on more laws, let me know in the comments.
2 thoughts on “Rules Around The World Part 3”
Alex, I thought the rule on bears in South Africa hysterical ..but it was good to read on all the rules you sourced this week.
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