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Singapur, tiene una fama muy peculiar esto debido es un país famoso por sus prohibiciones extremas, además de que si se visita este pis se debe tomar en cuenta en mucho las cosas que no puedes hacer.

Además de que estas prohibiciones pueden generar una multa o inclusive la sentencia de muerte, por lo que en Singapur está prohibido:

1. Vender o importar chicles a este país asiático está prohibido, y tan solo puedes llevar un máximo de dos paquetes, pero como excedas dicha cantidad te puedes enfrentar a multas de varios miles de dólares o incluso a un año de prisión.

2. Tirar cualquier tipo de desperdicio en la vía pública, que puede ocasionar una multa o condena para realizar trabajos sociales.

3. Cruzar calles y carreteras debe ser estrictamente en los lineamientos, ya que puede llevar a ocasionar multa o incluso varios meses de cárcel.

4. No tirar de la cadena en los baños públicos, te puede llegar a costar hasta 500 dólares de multa, e incluso hay guardias que vigilan los baños por si alguien infringe la ley.

5. Escupir, puede llevar a un castigado con una multa de hasta 1000 dólares.

6. Comer o beber en el transporte público sea camiones o metro puede generar una multa de 500 dólares.

7. Si estás en un parque y ves algún pajarillo alrededor, está estrictamente prohibido alimentarlos y si lo haces puede generar una multa hasta de 1000 dólares.

8. Estar desnudo en tu propia casa puede ser considerado pornográfico, y aunque  no es una acción de la cual se tengan denuncias o detenidos, si fuera el caso los acusados  tendrían que pagar hasta 1000 dólares ó incluso acabar en prisión.

9. Está prohibido cualquier escrito publicado por los Testigos de Jehová en Singapur ya que dicha doctrina religiosa se encuentra perseguida en este país.

10. Una de las prohibiciones más intolerables en Singapur, es la homosexualidad ya que se considera un delito. No solo mantener relaciones está penado, también está prohibido ver o distribuir pornografía (homosexual y de cualquier otro tipo).

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