We monitor you through this article, the strangest laws in Australia and in 10 countries in the world through the new 2020.
We have detected through our website, in this next report, the most strange laws in a number of countries in the world that some people do not believe because of their strangeness.
However, it is considered natural for residents of these countries, including imposing a smile, prohibiting the use of a toilet siphon, eating ice cream in front of banks, and other strange matters according to our Arab meeting.
And some countries, including Japan, resorted to fighting obesity through the enactment of a law issued in 2008 that sets the size of the waist circumference of people between the ages of 40-74 years.
So that the waist of men is no more than 86 cm, and women no more than 90 cm, and if it exceeds that size, it exposes her to legal question.
New rises in Australia..no floral pants.
The Australian state has enacted a law banning the wearing of pink pants in public squares after 12 noon.
New risers in England..carpet cleaning is forbidden.
England prohibits carpet cleaning on public streets, to preserve the cultural appearance of the country.
New Camon in Australia .. $ 10 Fine Bulbs Change.
Australia also banned the change of light bulbs, except through specialist electricians. In the event of a violation, a fine of up to 10 Australian dollars (5.50 pounds) is applied.
New risers in Italy ... imposing smile by law.
Italy applies a law that obliges citizens to smile all the time, except for being at a funeral or visiting a patient to avoid paying a fine.
New resurrection in Austria .. sleep and ice cream are forbidden.
It is forbidden to sleep in commercial malls in Austria, or to eat ice cream in front of banks in the same country in accordance with the law.
New filmmaking in Finland ... music is not allowed to be played by taxi.
Finland issued a law prohibiting taxi drivers from operating radio and music by any means when transporting customers to prevent inconvenience, and in case of violating that, it would be subject to gypsum and a fine.