Countries all over the world have strange and weird laws, some very outdated. Read on to see the laws and their countries.

Australia: It is illegal to wear hot pink pants after midday on Sunday.

Brazil: The use of handcuffs are prohibited.

Canada: Citizens may not relieve themselves or spit in the streets.

Denmark: If you vehicle stalls and you leave it on the side of the road, you must mark the vehicle with a red, reflecting triangle.

Egypt: No public displays of affection should be shown.

France: No pig may be addressed as Napoleon by its owner.

Greece: Women are prohibited from wearing high heels and tall hats in the Olympic Stadium.

Hawaii: Coins are not allowed to be placed in one’s ears.

Israel: It is forbidden to bring bears to the beach.

Japan: Women must wear bras in air-conditioned rooms.

Kentucky: It’s against the law to put your ice cream cone in your pocket.

Louisiana: Biting someone with your natural teeth is simple assault. Biting someone with false teeth is aggravated assault.

Morocco : Anyone in a company with someone who possess narcotics, even if they are unaware that their companions has them, can be tried for the same crime.

Netherlands: Prostitution is legal, but they must pay taxes.

Oklahoma: It is illegal to take a bite out of someone else’s hamburger.

Poland: Fireman who serve in action may not have a moustache. Fireman who file paperwork may have a moustache.

Quebec: No language other than French is permitted to be shown outdoors.

Russia: It is illegal to brush your teeth more than twice per day.

Sweden: You may only own half a meter down in the ground of any land you own.

Thailand: It is illegal to drive without a shirt on.

United Kingdom: In Hereford, you can shoot a Welsh person on Sunday, with a longbow, in the Cathedral Close.

Virginia: Children are not allowed to go trick-or-treating on Halloween.

Wales: All boys, by law, must learn how to play rugby.

X: There are no countries in the world beginning with the letter X!

Yemen: At the age of 15, women may marry.

Zimbabwe: Citizens may not make offensive gestures at a passing car.