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From smoking in Singapore to dancing after dark in Japan — doing any of these 13 things could get you in trouble while travelling abroad

Business Insider UK Logo By Bobbie Edsor of Business Insider UK | Slide 1 of 14: Every  country and culture has its own quirks that are often completely overlooked by outsiders. However, sometimes these quirks are so extreme that  they can land you in trouble if you're not aware of them. Airport transfer company Hoppa has compiled a list of quirky and peculiar laws from across the globe that could get naive holidaymakers in trouble. As pleading unaware of some laws doesn't seem to work as a get out of jail free card,  the list of laws hopes to educate jet-setters before they make any costly or consequence-heavy blunders. From crossing the street to packing paracetamol in your suitcase, scroll on to discover 13 peculiar things that could get you in trouble when travelling abroad.

Every country and culture has its own quirks that are often completely overlooked by outsiders.

However, sometimes these quirks are so extreme that they can land you in trouble if you're not aware of them.

Airport transfer company Hoppa has compiled a list of quirky and peculiar laws from across the globe that could get naive holidaymakers in trouble.

As pleading unaware of some laws doesn't seem to work as a get out of jail free card, the list of laws hopes to educate jet-setters before they make any costly or consequence-heavy blunders.

From crossing the street to packing paracetamol in your suitcase, scroll on to discover 13 peculiar things that could get you in trouble when travelling abroad.

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