Regulation in the country of Singapore

Prohibited the sale of chewing gum!
This rule is most famous in Singapore, namely the shops wherever prohibited the sale of chewing gum. .. This rule was made after much chewing gum second-hand nempel ' found ' in places like the MRT and public service car. However, a person will not be fined when he chews gum – only the sales are banned (so bring gum from Indonesia for its own consumption.

In addition, if a person disposing of used chewing gum to the place of life in addition to garbage cans are available everywhere, so be prepared to pay a fine of $ 500 to $ 1000 US dollars!!! For example has not been wary after told to pay for the first offense, second violation then agan must be prepared to pay a fine of $ 2000 US dollars.

How to buy sweets in Singapore:
Kebelet banget Kalo buy chewing gum, get into one of the pharmacies/clinics closest to you, and tell you if you are a smoker who would like to try to stop ... He was later allowed to buy a pack of chewing gum.

Are prohibited from intimidating
Why in Singapore could not have Goons? It turns out, sayings like ' I'll kill you ' and other threats pitched speech, although the context is only joking, it was considered very serious in Singapore. Kalo just ngancem it lisannya aja udah banned, let alone actions

In addition, prohibited from waving a knife, scissors or other sharp objects. This rule applies even if you're in the kitchen, holding a knife to cut up vegetables. A woman in Singapore jailed because of this. Results of the trial is not in favour of him. So, ngiris vegetable may be, the point blade do not dikibas-kibasin aja.

Dont be naked servants in the House!
Be careful, if the naked streets again servants home (frequently, sapa hayoo?), multi window closed pastiin, kalo need to vent too close just yet.

According to the rules of Section 27A in Singapore: (1) Whoever looked naked, (a) in a public place, or (b) in a private place, but can be seen by the public, it will be presumed innocent and may be punished by a fine of no more than S $ 2000 or to imprisonment not exceeding 3 months, or both. (2) for the purpose of maintaining this rule, a person who is deemed to be naked is someone who dresses with too skimpy, so it is considered offensive to decency or peace of society.
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