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18 Bizarre Things That Have Been Banned Around the World

Reader's Digest Logo By Morgan Cutolo of Reader's Digest | Slide 1 of 18: Baby walkers are banned in Canada in an effort to keep children safe. They were banned in 2004, meaning babies can only crawl until they learn to walk on their own. If you’re caught with a baby walker in your possession (or you're selling one), you can be fined up to $100,000. (You won't believe that these 50 things are banned in the U.S.)

Baby walkers

Baby walkers are banned in Canada in an effort to keep children safe. They were banned in 2004, meaning babies can only crawl until they learn to walk on their own. If you’re caught with a baby walker in your possession (or you're selling one), you can be fined up to $100,000. (You won't believe that these 50 things are banned in the U.S.)
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