"No jeans, no t-shirts!": 11 prohibitions associated with clothing, which operate in other countriesPictolic
For anybody not a secret that over the border — it's different, starting with language and ending with products in stores. Being in another country, without knowing it, you can break the law without doing seemingly nothing special.
What are the restrictions in foreign countries will never allow you to feel at home, read our material.
In the Bahamas you can issue a fine, if I see you in the street wearing clothing with the camouflage pattern. It is believed that the clothes can only be worn by military servicemen. You see, there is some meaning, because in the fire suits and nurses nobody goes. By the way, the Bahamas is not the only state where a tourist in camouflage look askance. Therefore, it is better to leave the military style for the home country.
In the UAE, known for its harsh manners, appearance are incredibly strict. If you are going to the Mall or other public place, it is better to select more indoor outfit. T-shirts and shorts here in many places is simply not allowed. Appearing in this form, you risk to get a reprimand not only from locals but from Ministers of the law.
Another prohibition clothing, active in some U.S. States, including in Oklahoma. It is forbidden to wear a long sweater without a zipper and hoodie hoodies so-called because they resemble the garments of the members of the Ku Klux Klan.
But in Louisiana, apparently not tolerate vulgarity. If a police officer will notice you on the street sticking out under clothes, lingerie, you could face a fine of $ 500. The same applies to too revealing dresses, which allow you to see the top of the bra.
There is good news for those who are going to Iran: you can not packing in bags denim pants and all things denim. Here these clothes are very negative. In many schools, even the official ban on the clothes from this fabric. And all because the name of the jeans is consonant with the word "Genie", which the Iranians refers to evil spirits.
In German law also includes a clause prohibiting hoodies. However, for a different reason and is only for drivers. It is believed that such clothing may distract you from driving and can lead to accidents. In addition, under the hood or wide-brimmed hat (they are also banned) you can easily hide from the cameras, and this is unacceptable. The penalty for violating this law is about 60 euros (4.4 thousand rubles).
And that's probably not a requirement, just a recommendation. In Africa often asked to locals and tourists walking around in light clothing. It turns out that threat the tsetse fly prefers dark colors, so breaking this recommendation, you risk your own health.
Another country that is known for quite puritanical customs of Japan. Here, though not officially prohibited, but still it is not recommended to walk the streets in dresses and blouses with a deep neckline. The locals saw this, be sure you cast a sidelong glance and elderly Japanese can even make a comment. Surprisingly, in short skirts, this rule does not apply.
The Netherlands has long been an unwritten rule on the clothes of fur. Local residents look askance at those who appear on the street in a "fluffy" clothing, because it is well known that the Dutch are the most ardent defenders of animals. There were cases when the activists even threw women in fur rotten vegetables. Agree, not very nice?
At Russian resorts, vacationers can safely go in bathing suits and swimming trunks to the city, to go to the store and even in the cafeteria. But in Grenada, for example, for such behaviour in the best case you can get a fine of € 270 (almost 20 thousand rubles), and in worst case go to jail for six months. Venetian authorities support from colleagues about what the streets need to be clothed, so the appearance in the swimsuit out of the beach here you have to pay 250 € (18 thousand rubles).
Perhaps the strangest law prohibiting the wearing of certain clothes, valid in Australia. In this country it is impossible to wear pink pants after midday on Sunday. What motivated when they passed the law, remains a mystery, but stick with it all should.