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Strange Laws From Around The World

4China: Word Jasmine and Jasmine Flower

Since the 2010 revolution in Tunisia came to be known as the Jasmine Revolution, Chinese communist party banned flowering and selling white dainty jasmine flower in 2011. Not only jasmine flower they banned and block use of word “Jasmine” in text message and also banned video of president singing a song with word jasmine and wiped out from internet.

Strange Laws From Around The World You Won't Believe Exist
China Word Jasmine and Jasmine Flower

3Malaysia: Yellow Clothing

In 2011, Malaysia government banned wearing yellow clothes including shirt, pants, hats, and other accessories as this color is belonged to a certain group of activists. If anyone is caught wearing yellow in Malaysia, they can be arrested under the assumption that they are protesting the government.

Strange Laws From Around The World You Won't Believe Exist
Malaysia Yellow Clothing

2China: Reincarnation

As bizarre as it sounds, Reincarnation without prior consent of state’s permission is not allowed in China. This means that after the death of Dalai Lama, he will not allow to reincarnate. The ban was introduced in 2007 and is still in place.

Strange Laws From Around The World You Won't Believe Exist
China Reincarnation

1Victoria: Change Light Bulb

In Victoria, The second most popular state of Australia, you are not allowed to change electrical bulb unless you are licensed electrical technician. If you not comply with this rule, you are fined 10 Australian dollars.

Strange Laws From Around The World You Won't Believe Exist
Victoria Change Light Bulb

We have already published a post about banned food products around the world. Some of these craziest laws and regulations still have been in effect in many parts of the world including some American states and cities. This is not only 13 strange laws from around the world, more than thousand crazy, funny, and strange laws still in effect today that banned more than 100 everyday things and food products.

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