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Donald duck comics were banned from Finland because he doesn’t wear pants.
Chewing gum is banned in Singapore.
In 1943, the U.S. banned sliced bread as a wartime conservation measure.
Time Travel depictions in films and TV are banned in China.
The first Olympian disqualified for “banned substances” just had two beers to calm his nerves before the pistol shooting in 1968 Mexico Games.
Pokemon was banned in Turkey.
Valentine’s Day is banned in Saudi Arabia.
Vegetarianism was banned for decades after the Bolshevik revolution in the Soviet Union.
Strip clubs and lap dances are banned in Iceland.
The Russian mayor of Megion, west Siberia, banned excuses.
Croissants are banned in Syria.
Queen Elizabeth I banned potatoes from her court.
American flags made in China are banned in the U.S. Military.
Underweight models are banned in Israel to fight against anorexia.
Sweden banned spanking and other corporal punishments of children in 1979.
Husky dogs have been banned from Antarctica since 1994.
Homosexual relationships are banned in Iran, but the country carries out more sex change operations than any other nation in the world except for Thailand.
Beauty pageants for children are banned in France. They are punishable with up to 2 years in prison and a €30,000 fine.
Interracial marriage was banned in the U.S. for much of its history: from 1776 to 1967.
The NAZI banned and burned copies of the book “Bambi” because it was made by a Jewish author.