13 Strange Things That are illegal in Singapore

8. Annoying someone with a musical instrument or Singing

Singapore’s statutes state that playing an instrument in a public place in “a manner as to cause or be likely to cause annoyance to any person lawfully using a public road or in any public place shall be guilty of an offense” that includes a fine of up to $1,000.

If you’re caught singing or uttering songs that have either obscene lyrics or obscene “ballads” in any public place, you’ll face a punishment of imprisonment for up to three months, a fine, or even both.

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