8 laws ban tattooed people from around the world

Tattoos are quite sensitive issues in some parts of the world. You may be fined or suffer from estranged eyes if you disclose your tattoo in contravention of regulations.

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8 laws ban tattooed people from around the world
8 laws ban tattooed people from around the world
The state of Georgia (USA) prohibits people from performing tattoos within 2.5 cm around the eyeballs. This means that you can not tattoo the eyebrows if you live here. Photo: Denis Alien.
8 laws ban tattooed people from around the world
The majority of Thais follow Buddhism. However, you should not fantasize about finding a place to tattoo the Buddha image in the land of golden temples. The act of tattooing Buddha on the arm or back is considered disrespectful of culture. The banned law does apply to both indigenous people and tourists. Photo: YouTube.
8 laws ban tattooed people from around the world
8 laws ban tattooed people from around the world
Tattoos on hands or face have been banned in Denmark since 1966. However, Bright Side insists that many people in the country still get tattoos in places where they are banned. However, they can only reveal their tattoos when traveling to other countries to avoid being fined. Photo: Pinterest.
8 laws ban tattooed people from around the world
8 laws ban tattooed people from around the world
Hawaii law (USA) prohibits people from getting tattoos behind their ears or on their eyelids unless it is done by a licensed doctor. This means that the tattoo artists can not "show off" in the prescribed position. Photo: Jul.s30.
8 laws ban tattooed people from around the world
8 laws ban tattooed people from around the world
In North Korea, tattoo content is strictly regulated by the government. You need to be approved before getting a tattoo. The popular tattoo in North Korea is the dove wing that represents peace. Tattoos showing national love are also popular. However, you are not allowed to tattoo the face of leader Kim Jong-un or his family members. Women with tattoos in North Korea often receive unfriendly looks. Photo: Besttattoo.
8 laws ban tattooed people from around the world
Many Japanese people still discriminate against tattoos. The concept of tattoo was often associated with prisoners or yakuza (gangsters). They have no explicit prohibition laws regarding tattoos. However, many public places like bathrooms, gyms, swimming pools ... have signs that do not allow tattooed people. Photo: Blog Painful.
8 laws ban tattooed people from around the world
Because of religious issues, Malaysians don't like tattoos. This is considered destructive to the human body that God has bestowed. Even if you are a foreigner, you should not show your tattoo when you come to Malaysia. Photo: Impro.
8 laws ban tattooed people from around the world
Germany is quite comfortable with the tattoo issue. However, you will be in serious trouble if you expose the Nazi tattoos. Symbols such as hammer and sickle, red star, and red flag are also prohibited. Photo: Metro.

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