The sale of chewing gum is prohibited.
The chewing gum ban in Singapore was enacted in 1992 and revised in 2004 and 2010. It bans the import and sale of chewing gum in Singapore. Since 2004, only chewing gum of therapeutic value is allowed into Singapore following the United States-Singapore Free Trade Agreement (USS-FTA).
It is illegal to give any pie to fellow diners.
It is also illegal to take unfinished pie home. All pie must be eaten on the premises.
It is illegal to place a container filled with human fecal matter on the side of any highway.
811.172 Improperly disposing of human waste; penalty. (1) A person commits the offense of improperly disposing of human waste if the person is operating or riding in a motor vehicle and the person throws, puts or otherwise leaves a container of urine or other human waste on or beside the highway. (2) The offense described…
It is illegal to predict the future.
5.08.110 Occult Arts. (A) “Occult arts” means the use or practice of fortune telling, astrology, phrenology, palmistry, clairvoyance, mesmerism, spiritualism, or any other practice or practices generally recognized to be unsound and unscientific whereby an attempt or pretense is made: (1) To reveal or analyze past incidents or events. (2) To analyze or define the…