In Japan, one crazy law states that you can hire handsome men to show up at your office and watch sad videos with you until you cry, then wipe your tears for you.
In Japan, sleeping on the job is acceptable and is viewed as exhaustion from working hard. Some people fake it to look committed to their job.
In Denmark, citizens have to select baby names from a list of 7,000 government-approved names. And for parents who wish to diverge from the list, they must seek approval from the government.
In Malaysia, authorities prohibited its people from wearing yellow clothing.
In France, you can marry a dead person.
In Singapore, it is illegal to sell or own chewing gum.
If you live in Switzerland you’re not allowed to flush toilet after 10 pm.
In Britain, by law, a pregnant woman can pee anywhere she wants to in Britain, even if she chooses, in a police officer’s helmets.
In Finland, your traffic fine is calculated according to your income.
In Samoa, it’s a crime to forget your wife’s birthday.
In Saudi Arabia you must carry a doctor’s prescription for any medication you have with you.
In Russia , It’s illegal to drive a dirty car.
Accorading to a law in Scotland, you must allow someone into your house if he knocks on your door and needs to use the bathroom.