When traveling around the world, it's not always a bad idea to do your research on local laws and traditions. Not only could this keep you out of trouble, but it can also help you get the most out of your holiday. However, there are some weird and wonderful rules that surely nobody is expected to follow. But whether you are akin to having a sleeping donkey in your bathtub to enjoying eating somewhere that's on fire, it pays to be clued up. Insidermonkey experts made a list of 10 most ridiculous and weird laws in the world.
Erica Chang, regional director of Home Away UK who conducted the research, said: 'Travel really does open the mind so it's curious to see what odd rules and regulations can be found on the law books around the world. 'Some might be seen as health and safety gone mad, but others are just funny – I'm sure most Brits abroad would never think they could be breaking the law if they changed a light bulb in Victoria or flushed the toilet at night while in Geneva so it's always best to know before you go! You can also check our list of 8 most ridiculous laws in North Korea.