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Weird Laws in Latvia

05/12/2022 | objavio Radio Gradačac

Below are 51 absurd ridiculous laws to keep in mind on your next trip to Europe. You`d better take it as a fun read than a history lesson! OMG, I`m so ashamed! Why did I read these comments? Thank you Elvis, Zane Sandra and Jekabs You really understand why dear Guillaume posted this article. No. You have a Borat way of thinking, congratulations. Everyone thinks that Latvians now lack a sense of humor. Convoluted laws, bizarre bans, and ridiculous regulations – judging by online reviews, you just can`t get enough of it. They can give us all a decent laugh or offer our hard-working lawyers a little extra pocket money – but dig deeper and they can reveal a lot about culture, politics and history. What exactly happened to make it illegal to own a single guinea pig? Why should legislators prohibit peeing in the ocean? Who thought it was believable to get drunk in a pub? Or, for that matter, to prevent people from locking up burglars, running “violently,” driving dirty cars, or sleeping on a bench. With centuries of legal history and several different legal systems, Europe offers probably the craziest laws of all. Don`t believe us? Judge for yourself! What an asshole wrote this shit, Latvia is a beautiful country, I`m from the UK, where eight of these “laws” are supposed to exist.

Five of them (#s 4, 15, 19, 20, 38) are pure urban legends. Another cool, we don`t have many trespassing laws, most cover things like farms and private parking. So it is perfectly legal to enter someone else`s house in Scotland, even if it is a stranger, as long as the door is unlocked and you do not take anything with you, someone can legally come, enter and relax. Wow, these are really weird laws! Thank you for visiting! You are right about York, my evil. When you live in Malta, whether you are local or foreign, you sometimes forget that there are laws. The next time you feel the sudden urge to walk down Republic Street in Valletta, think again. Because in Malta, it is a crime to walk “violently” in any street or in public spaces, with the risk of hurting others. Given the problem of obesity in Malta, perhaps future changes should make it clear not to run a crime. Belgium`s reputation for its strange laws has become a legacy around the world. A number of their strange laws have to do with the advancement of technology. To cite just one, a provision in a 1939 military code states that “beasts of burden (horses, oxen, dogs, etc.)” may be confiscated “for army vehicles.” Always useful when your drone runs out of fuel. Even after a divorce, the in-laws are still your family – even if the ink has dried on your divorce papers.

While I suspect that most of these crazy laws are more myths than facts, I agree that they say a lot about life in these countries. Thanks for informing me of the York error, I just updated the article. Anyway, you have some pretty cool laws in Scotland! Can`t wait to visit! They have the right to ask for a glass of wine during an exam – but only at Trinity College and according to their own laws! These are some of the strangest laws of all time. They should do it for the United States. The Latvian government recently examined a long list of regulations that needed to be amended and laws that needed to be amended to reflect the Baltic country`s adoption of the euro in less than four months, on 1 January 2014. Hello from Denmark. It is true that prison breaks are not illegal. However, I really doubt that the rest of the Danish laws cited have ever heard of it.

Fun read. 1. This is defamation. 5. Heels damage the marble of monuments. In addition, many stairs and steps are extremely steep, and you may stumble and sprained your ankles when wearing heels. 6. It`s nap time, and most people prefer to sleep during the nap and not be disturbed. It is assumed that you can have your own watch or check a public clock. 7.

It is considered a masquerade and belongs to the anti-terrorism laws. 9. That makes perfect sense. You should take an ambulance instead. 12. In public places. This law aims to curb illegal gambling. 16. Prohibition of Incestuous Relations. 20.

It is also common practice to grant access. 21. Skiing is a potentially hazardous activity that requires concentration.

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