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In Singapore, they are so obsessive about cleanliness, chewing gums are illegal. The penalties for chewing gum in Singapore are a fine of $100 and/or a jail sentence of up to three months, it is also illegal to sell non-medicinal gum.
Fines are up to $100,000 or 2 years in prison! You are allowed to chew nicotine gum and medicinal gum, as long as it is sold by a pharmacist or dentist. This includes standard “sugar-free gum”. But the seller of medicinal or therapeutic gum must record the name of the purchaser of the gum. Here’s more weird laws in Singapore:
September 24, 2018