TRAVEL Here’s a list of what not to do when you visit certain countries

When you travel abroad, be aware of certain laws or customs the country you are visiting has implemented. British Foreign Office has warned travellers that seemingly harmless acts could result in arrest, the New York Post reported.

In Venice, it’s against the law to feed pigeons. While in Japan, it’s illegal to carry commonly available nasal sprays that have pseudoephedrine in them.

In Barcelona, it is against the law to don a bikini, swimming trunks or go bare-chested away from the beach-front area of the city.

It is an offence to dress in camouflage clothing in Barbados.

Whereas in Nigeria, it’s illegal to carry mineral water. In Fiji, sunbathing topless is prohibited.

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