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The most weird bans in the world
Weird bans in the world
Updated On : 16 Oct 2015,07:22 PM
Since the color of US flag is also blue, it reminds North Koreans of US. Hence you cannot wear blue jeans there.
Ketchup has the power to add a flavor to almost any other taste in the world. France considers ketchup a cultural threat hence ketchup is banned there.
In Iran ponytails on men are strictly a big No-No. In the year 2010, the Iranian government had released a list of approved hari styles for men in which ponytails and spiky hair were prohibited.
Considering the rise in the cleaning cost of discarded gums, Singapore banned the sale of chewing gums some 20 years ago.
In Greece all the computer games are banned here.
Lip-synching is banned in this country. Opera and ballet have also been banned in Turkmenistan as they are considered unnecessary. The move came to preserve the culture of the country.
Samosas are banned in Somalia as they resemble the symbol of the Christian Holy Trinity with three pointed sides.
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