In Thailand it's illegal to leave your house if you are not wearing undies. You can't drive your car if you are not wearing a shirt. Strangely there is no law against no pants in cars.
In Switzerland it is illegal to flush the toilet in an apartment building after 10pm.
Do not get naked in Kenya's Masi Mara. That is illegal.
In Singapore it has been illegal to chew gum since 1992.
In Saskatchewan Canada it is illegal to drink water in beer parlours. (Damed right!)
Don't take your beer onto the street in Chicago, US. That's against the
law. In St Louis you can take beer onto the street but you can't sit
down with it.
In Longyearbyen, Norway dying is illegal. The remote artic town found
that bodies didn't decompose in the permafrost. So if you're so sick
that you're going to die, they will ship you over to the mainland.
In England the Outer Space Act of 1986 allows the Secretary of State to
use reasonable force to prevent an alien attack. But if the aliens come
with paperwork saying they have a licence to invade, then Britain will
have to invoke the Space Objects Act to repel them.
In New York cinema owners must chisel all chewing gum off the bottom of their seats every month.
In Denmark you don't have to pay for your food unless you are full at
the end of your meal. You also need to legally check under your car for
children who may be sleeping there before you start the engine.
In 2009 Japan made it against the law to be fat. In the nation that
is the home to sumo wrestling actually set a maximum waistline size.
Men aged 40 and above must not have a waist more than 80cm. Women get an