12 Common Laws You Break Every Day

Posted on May 12, 2016

9. Giving Someone Your Prescription Medication

Giving Someone Your Prescription Medication
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In many countries, it is illegal to give someone medicine which has been prescribed only for you. If you get caught, you could serve a jail sentence.

10. Not Changing Your Personal Details after Moving

Not Changing Your Personal Details after Moving
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If you move, you'll have to change your official address and other personal details on documents. Many of us have never done this, but you are breaking the law if you don't update the data on your passport or driver's license.

11. Using Sharpies in Public

Using Sharpies in Public
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Sharpies have been connected to various vandalism crimes. If you get caught in public with one, you could be considered as a suspect for graffiti-related crimes. People have also been arrested when the ink from their Sharpie leaked out onto public property.

12. Using the Streets as a Toilet

Using the Streets as a Toilet
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You could be arrested as a child molester or an exhibitionist if you pee in public. The consequences can be much more serious than you thought.
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