In Milan, it is a legal requirement to smile at all the times, except during funerals or hospital visits. If you don’t, you have to pay a fine.In Egypt, you may be detained or arrested if you use binoculars near an airportIt is forbidden to be fat in Japan In the country that brought us sumo wrestling. In 2009, lawmakers set a maximum waistline, meaning every man aged over 40 must not have a waistline measuring over 31insBe careful where you consume a relaxing lunch or refreshing beverage in Italy. It’s an offense in Florence to eat or drink while sitting on church steps or within a church courtyard.Tourists may be surprised to discover that marijuana is outlawed in Jamaica. Since 1913, Jamaican law has stated that the cultivation, use or possession of marijuana is illegal.Public displays of affection—kissing, hugging, holding hands—should be avoided while traveling in the United Arab Emirates. Tourists have been arrested and thrown in jail for kissing in public.In Florida it’s illegal to fart in public after 6pm (5:59 is fine).In the Maldives, public observance of any religion other than Islam is prohibited, and it’s an offense to import bibles into the country.Have you ever thought chewing gum may land you in prison? Yes, it’s a law! Chewing gum is completely illegal in Singapore since 1992. There is a ban on importing chewing gum into Singapore.In Britain, it is illegal to consume a mince pie on Christmas Day. It is one of the odd old laws on the statute book, although rarely enforced by even the keenest police officer.