Countries around the world all have their own unique customs

The bizarre local laws you need to know when travelling to these 14 countries

Countries around the world all have their own unique customs, with many having strict laws in place for travellers' safety.

If you are heading to one of the following popular destinations this year, MyBaggage.com have identified 14 of the most unusual international laws to be aware of to avoid facing a hefty fine.

Swearing is banned in St Kitts, so if you are caught using a profanity in public you could get arrested. Keep it clean.

9. St. Kitts - Watch you language

Swearing is banned in St Kitts, so if you are caught using a profanity in public you could get arrested. Keep it clean.
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Chewing gum was banned in Singapore in 1992 in an effort to keep public spaces clean. The only exception is if you can prove chewing gum has therapeutic value.

10. Singapore - Don't chew gum

Chewing gum was banned in Singapore in 1992 in an effort to keep public spaces clean. The only exception is if you can prove chewing gum has therapeutic value.
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In Portugal it is illegal to have a wee in the sea. Although how this law is governed is anyone's guess.

11. Portugal - Keep the sea clean

In Portugal it is illegal to have a wee in the sea. Although how this law is governed is anyone's guess.
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Cyclists in Mexico must keep their feet firmly on the pedals, hands on the handlebars and eyes on the road. Failure to do so could land you with a fine.

12. Mexico - Keep your feet on the pedals

Cyclists in Mexico must keep their feet firmly on the pedals, hands on the handlebars and eyes on the road. Failure to do so could land you with a fine.
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