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Top ten weird German laws and rules

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Top ten weird German laws and rules
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This content was produced independently by The Local and contains advertiser links.
15:25 CEST+02:00
Every country has its fair share of weird regulations, but some of the ones in Germany border on the bizarre and irrational. The Local List takes a look at Germany's most quirky and obscure laws.

Last Friday, for example, we reported on a court ruling which made it illegal to display the symbol of the Hells Angels in Berlin, with offenders facing fines or even imprisonment.

From rigid time windows for your DIY, to how to address German policeman, we've taken a look at the origins of bizarre German laws. Read carefully as some are more important than you may think...

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