Top 7 Strange Things Banned Around the World, The Last One Is Shocking

7 Strange Things Banned Around the World, The Last One Is Shocking !!

Here are the top 7 strange things banned around the world, the last one is insane

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00:00 - Welcome!
00:19 - Greece: Video Games
00:41 - Malaysia: Yellow Clothing
01:08 - Iran: Western Haircuts
01:44 - China: Jasmine
02:12 - Burundi: Jogging
02:44 - France: Ketchup
03:14 - North Korea: Almost Everything

7. Greece: Video Games
The Greek government banned all video games across the country since 2002; the government intends to stop illegal gambling which accidentally leads to ban video games. You have to go to jail if you are playing video games including those that run on your home computers.

6. Malaysia: Yellow Clothing
Wearing yellow, that maybe anything your shoes, hats, T-shirts, even your boxers it’s completely illegal in Malaysia. The yellow color is considered “The color of protesters” Malaysian government decides to ban yellow clothing for their political affairs that cause a particular group of opposition activists is using yellow things often.

5. Iran: Western Haircuts
The Iranian government decides to ban several western things that cover western music, rap music, skinny jeans, pet cats and dogs, and tattoos to control the enormous influence of the Western civilization. But the Western Haircuts comes in the forefront among the bunches of annoying things. Haircuts included ponytails, spiked hair, mullets. Iran’s barber Union banned all these haircuts because they thought Western hairstyles are a sign of worshiping the god of a devil.

4. China: Jasmine
The Chinese regime has ban Jasmine from the mainland China. People are not allowed to sell it, grow it, and speak about it. After Tunisian jasmine revolution, China thought Jasmine has tremendous potential to destabilize its society, it almost identical to weaken the China’s Democracy. A step ahead China censored a word Jasmine from the internet.

3. Burundi: Jogging
It seems if you jog in the early morning which may result in life imprisonment. Apparently, Burundi got a football-loving president, despite this he bans jogging to ban wars. Yes, In Burundi jogging is consider as an act of war, so the president Pierre Nkurunziza officially ban morning jog to stop the conflicts between Burundi ethnic groups and they believe this law would halt the craze in the war.

2. France: Ketchup
No longer will French students be able to taste the delicious glop onto their lunch. Yep school cafeterias in France ban ketchup cause the government felt the teenagers consuming too much ketchup and it ruined the originality of this traditional cuisine. Thus, a dependable way to get some of that red gloppy thing you have to order some french fries as a companion, and it makes this thing legal again.

1. North Korea: Almost Everything
The most isolated country in the world, I don’t know how people are living up there cause it’s makes you crazy. People of North Korea are not allowed to watching T.V, Playing Music, Leave the country, sharing your opinion, Laugh in public, Believing in religion, Driving, get connected to an outside world, and Wearing Blue Jeans. At last, it’s a crime calling it North Korea in North Korea. You have to call it as “Korea”. If you ain’t you should have to prepare to go to jail.

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