They are punished for this: 10 of the strangest fines for tourists in the world
5. Careful with smoking
Strict and by no means formal restrictions for smokers operate in many countries. Probably the toughest rules are in Ireland and the UK, where fines for smokers in public are 3,000 EUR and 2,500 EUR, respectively. Serious fines are also provided in Finland, Sweden, France, Germany, Japan, the USA and, suddenly, India.
About other prohibitions
In Spain, it is forbidden to drive in flip flops.
It is forbidden to walk in heels in the Acropolis of Athens. The restriction was introduced for greater preservation of the architectural monument.
In Thailand, they strictly monitor that cigarette butts and garbage are not thrown on the streets. Tourists are often detained and fined for this.
In the Caribbean, camouflage clothing is not allowed. For this, you can even go to jail.
It is officially forbidden to urinate in the sea in Portugal. How its execution is controlled is a separate issue.
Also interesting: 14 strange bans that are still in force in England.