Smoking in the presence of a child is considered physical abuse in Latvia.
When in 2007 Minnesota passed an anti-smoking law that banned smoking in public buildings, there was a line that said only actors who had to smoke were allowed to do so. Thus, the Barnacles Bar declared that everyone in the bar is an actor in a live performance.
A US company cannot legally forbid you to talk about pay with your coworkers.
It is illegal to refuse a person a glass of water in the state of Arizona.
You need a license to dance in Sweden.
Michigan has a second-tier DUI law, known as the ‘Super Drunk Law’, for BACs over 0.17.
It used to be illegal for men to be shirtless on U.S. beaches as it was felt that the sight of a man’s bare chest in public was immoral, & women and children had to be protected from that sight.
It’s illegal to pee in an elevator in Singapore, and that some elevators have a Urine Detection Device which detects urine odors, sets off an alarm, and close the elevator doors until the police arrive.
Police in Chinese city of Shenzhen have come up with a novel “eye for an eye” method of punishing drivers who misuse their headlights and dazzle other road-users. Anyone doing so will be made to stare at the police’s own full-beam headlights for five minutes.