Don’t worry – firearms, slingshots, throwing stars, and just about anything you could conceive of are illegal in Australia. Kind of ruins the old image of Crocodile Dundee or “tough” Australians, doesn’t it? Rumor has it the labour party is considering dull spoons for banning in 2012.
You’ll have to reveal the site of your discovery in your report too. It’s all in the Atomic Energy Act, 1945.
Section 8.40.010 Established. A. No nuclear weapons, delivery systems for such weapons, or components expressly intended to contribute to the operation, guidance or delivery of a nuclear weapon shall be produced within the city. B. No waste from the production of nuclear weapons, their components, or commercial nuclear power shall be stored within the city. […]
Sec. 66-34. No throwing of objects during parade. No person shall throw or shoot any object, missile, spray or other solid, fluid or semifluid projectile by hand or any other means at any person or object along the route of a parade authorized under section 82-39 during the period from the beginning of the parade […]
30-371. Prohibition of stink bombs. (a) No person shall sell or offer for sale, either as an individual or as an officer, member, agent, servant, or employee of any firm, partnership, association, or corporation, nor shall any person possess, within the City limits, a novelty item, commonly sknown as a stink bomb, that when activated […]