On our planet, there are a lot of places with weird laws, like where even a simple whistle can lead to a fine, or going on a morning run or wearing a yellow T-shirt can get you arrested.
We want to warn everyone who is planning a trip abroad of some little-known laws in other countries — even though some of them may seem odd. Learn how to avoid getting into trouble in any foreign country so that you can have a great vacation.
1. Burundi — No morning jogs
Daily morning runs can help you get in shape quickly but in this African country, they will only get you arrested. In Burundi, a jog is considered to be an act of war, which is why the president of the country officially prohibited morning jogs to stop conflicts between the ethnic groups in Burundi.
2. Malaysia — Don’t wear yellow.
If you are going to Malaysia, you should consider excluding all the yellow pieces of clothing that you have. The Malaysian government made a law which prohibits wearing yellow T-shirts. In this southern country, the yellow color is a symbol of protest. Any person wearing this color can be arrested and taken into custody.
3. Barbados — Don’t blend in with the environment.
In order to avoid conflict with the local police in Barbados, you should leave all things containing military style at home. Only the real military men can wear such clothing. These clothes are prohibited in Barbados, Jamaica, Grenada, Dominica, and St. Lucia. The prohibition includes clothing, backpacks, wallets, and all other khaki-colored things.