Traveling to different countries of the world is one of the most preferred hobbies for many, especially with the Eid al-Fitr holiday, to get to know the different tourist places and the diverse cultures of each country.
Traveling to the world
However, tourists should familiarize themselves with the laws and regulations it imposes on its visitors so that they are not subject to fines resulting from some illegal behavior that they may not be aware of.
Among the strangest fines imposed by countries on the activities and behavior of tourists is the fine for running out of fuel in Germany, in which the driver is forced to pay $ 100 to avoid obstruction of traffic in the event of running out of fuel on the roads.
Venice, Italy, also imposes a fine of hundreds of dollars on tourists when they feed pigeons and birds in different squares with “San Marco” and others.
The strangest fines around the world
The italyn authorities also impose a fine of up to 240 euros for those who swim in the famous Rome Fountain, where it is forbidden to sit on its pillars, dip its feet or swim in it.
In Austria, the authorities impose a fine of up to 120 euros on people who drive a car on its streets without applying a sticker that allows them to drive on highways.
The authorities in the Caribbean countries impose a fine of up to $ 3,700 or one year imprisonment for persons wearing camouflaged clothing from non-military personnel, and this applies in Barbados and Saint Lucia.
The Hvar region of Croatia also penalizes those who wander its streets in swimwear by fining it up to $ 500.
In Singapore, tourists may face a fine of up to $ 2,000 or three months in prison if they roam in public places with indecent dressing.