To study in Australia, please avoid these pits that may make you eat dirt

2022-07-08 0 By

For people living in Australia for a long time, Australia’s fine system is really not to be false, often hundreds of thousands of dollars, a careless wallet will pay a fine, in addition to taking transport without swiping card will be fined 200 Australian dollars, There are many places in Australia often fined.Xiaobian sorted out some, students please avoid these pits may let you eat dirt.This wave of regulations is really fascinating. The Western Australian Potato Marketing Company (PMC) issues licences to potato farmers in the state and decides who can grow and how many,They also have the authority to stop vehicles carrying potatoes that may exceed 50 kilograms.This seemingly dubious law, which has been in use since 1946, can put you in jail for taking too many potatoes.It is illegal to kill, injure or capture a carrier pigeon in Victoria and South Australia and can be fined up to $250.In South Australia, marriage snatching is not romantic.Obstructing or disrupting a wedding, funeral or religious ceremony can lead to a fine of up to $10,000 or up to two years in prison.Drive splash mud once in the heavy rain and so on the bus, but was passing by the car splash of the students attention!Next time you find yourself in this situation, make a quick note of the license plate number.Drivers can be fined up to $2,200 if they spill muddy water on a bus while driving, getting on or off the bus, or a passenger waiting for the bus.”Public disorder” is a very broad topic. Specifically, it includes: ● If you fly a kite in public and thereby annoy someone else, you may be fined $777.3.● Singing obscene songs or ballads in public is punishable by a fine of $1,554.60 or two months in jail.● Using a vacuum cleaner before 7 a.m. on weekdays (before 9 p.m. on weekends) and after 10 p.m., and making unreasonable noise is a crime punishable by a fine of $18,655.20 (again, why not round it up).In South Australia and Tasmania, if you post a lost property for a fee, along the line of “Find lost property, reward found”, you are breaking the law and can be fined up to $500!A common roadside poster in China, illegal again in Australia?The official response is that you are breaking the law if you are paid to find something, but don’t ask where you found it. You have the right to recover lost property, but you don’t have the right to spare any would-be thieves.Uninvited parties can be enjoyed by strangers, and attending uninvited parties can lead to a fine of up to $5,000 or up to 1 year in prison.So don’t just go to a party and think everyone doesn’t know you.In Australia, anyone who rings or knocks on the door of another house without a reasonable explanation will be fined up to 250 Australian dollars. Pets have not been quarantinablePets entering Australia from the United States must be quarantined for 10 days.Famously, Johnny Depp was sentenced to a one-month stay in Australia for filming Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales when he and his wife failed to declare their two Yorkshire terriers.The couple appeared in court in Queensland, Australia, and admitted making false statements on their entry cards.There are a lot of laws and regulations in Australia that are not within our common sense. Students living here really need to understand the laws here in advance, so as not to step on the red line accidentally.