3. Flying a kite that interferes with public traffic. Flickr/Noel Y. C. You can get a fine of up to 5,000 if you happen to be flying a kite or "playing any game" that gets in the way of traffic in any public road.7. Connecting to another user's Wi-Fi Flickr/Kanghee Rhee Singapores Computer Misuse and Cybersecurity Act defines using another persons Wi-Fi network as hacking. If youre caught doing the deed, you can be fined a whopping 10,000, face up to three years in jail, or both.12. Littering You shouldnt litter in any country and it isnt uncommon for littering to be against the law, but in Singapore, youll find yourself paying a 1,000 fine for it. 13. Graffiti Flickr/Ton Nolles In Singapore, vandalism can get you both arrested and caned.6. Distribution of "obscene" materials The distribution of any materials deemed "obscene" is prohibited in Singapore. Any violation of this whether it is photographs, a DVD, books, or figures can get you up to three months in jail, a fine, or both.Knowing the local laws of a country can save you from getting fined or arrested. In Singapore, feeding pigeons will cost you 500, walking in the nude at home is illegal, and selling gum could land you two years in jail.14. Taking drugs before you enter the country Penalties for drug possession in Singapore range from fines as high as 20,000 to 10 years in prison. In certain cases, if the amount of the drug is high enough, the punishment can even be a death.Singapores vandalism laws first shocked the media in 1994, after an American teenager received a caning as punishment for destroying cars and public property. Earlier this year, two men visiting the country also faced prison time and caning for painting graffiti on a public train.8. Forgetting to flush the toilet Flickr/dirtyboxface While flushing a public toilet is common courtesy, in Singapore, there is an actual law against it. If you're suche mann fur meine frau komodie d 2005 Erwachsenen Kontakt Foren caught leaving without flushing the toilet, you're looking at a fine of around 150.1. Selling gum Flickr/Veronica Aguilar According to Singapore Statutes Online, the first-time penalty for the selling of gum can be as high as 100,000 or a prison sentence of up to two years. Penalties are subject to rise with each conviction, but certain chewing gums that.5. Spitting Flickr/ayeshamus Spitting isnt the classiest act, but do it in any public place in Singapore including coffee shops, markets, eating houses, school houses, theaters, public buildings, omnibuses, or public roads and you'll be slapped with a fine of up to 1,000.Singapore officials have the right to conduct anonymous drug tests without a warrant, so any drugs taken before you enter the country can still put you at risk. 15. Same-sex relations Attempts were made last year to change the Singaporean laws which forbid two members of.10. Feeding pigeons Flickr/C You might not think it's a big deal to toss your leftover sandwich bread to pigeons, but think twice when you're in Singapore because feeding the birds here will cost you 500.4. Singing If youre caught singing or uttering songs that have either obscene lyrics or obscene ballads in any public place, youll face a punishment of imprisonment for up to three months, a fine, or even both.2. Annoying someone with a musical instrument. Flickr/Pete Singapore's statutes state that playing an instrument in a public place in "a manner as to cause or be likely to cause annoyance to any person lawfully using a public road or in any public place shall be.