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10 Crazy Laws That Still Exist Around The World – #3 Made Me Gasp!

Many of us would consider the world to be a pretty modern place where we moving pretty quickly in terms of technology and moving into the future, so these pretty old fashioned and backdated laws might come as a shock to you that they still exist! Once more, there might be some that gross you out or even leave you in fits of laughter, so check them out and be grateful they might not be in your country! Here are the 10 craziest laws that still exist around the world.

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10. Denmark – Not Full, No Bill

Denmark is known for their amazing customer service and hospitability skills, and they stop at nothing to keep their guests happy. They even have a real law stating that if you’re not full based on your own opinion, you don’t have to pay your bill which means free meals all round!

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