Why being naked in your hotel room could land you in jail | The Sun

DON'T get too relaxed in your hotel room, as being naked in it could land you in jail.

Sometimes guests want to kick back and shuck the clothes, especially in a hot country.

But one country could fine you if you are caught in the nude in your room.

In Singapore it’s illegal to be naked in your hotel room.

If someone reports you, you cold get a $2,000 (£1,241) fine or even land three months in jail.

This is because it would be seen as "obscene and lewd" behaviour under the  Miscellaneous Offences (Public Order and Nuisance) Act (MOPONA).

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Of course, this is only if there is a public view, so make sure to close your curtains.

In 2009, a man was fined $2,600 (£1,614) after he was naked in his own flat, and spotted by his neighbours.

Other ways you could be breaking the law in Singapore include chewing gum, feeding wld animals and stealing someone's WiFi.

Don't vape either – Singapore and more than 35 other countries have strict rules banning it.

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In Barcelona, people can only wear bikinis on the beach, and holidaymakers caught wearing one in the town centre could face a fine of up to £260 .

Camouflage clothing became outlawed in Barbados because the government didn't want the public to be confused with military personnel or the police.

Here are some other laws you may have broken abroad without realising.

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