North Korea Bans Public Farting & Labels It Public Indecency | Offenders & Family Face 5 Years in Prison
North Korea operates one of the tightest borders in the world and it is on top of the list as one of the most oppressed countries in the world, where you have to do exactly what the supreme leader wants—including singing his praises each morning and admiring his fancy hair cut.
The country’s current leader Kim Jung-Un is a special person, from a special family handpicked by God to rule the country—and his special barber who is not allowed to cut the hair of anyone is the most well paid in the country.
Globally, North Korea is known for its political and war rhetoric: the country has nuked America, South Korea and several of the countries it considers as enemies countless times, all in the dreams of its leaders—the current and the past.
According to reports by North Korea’s state media- Korean Central News Agency, just before Christmas the supreme leader of the land visited the country’s parliament and while out there someone damaged the fresh air with a bad smelling fart.
Kim Jung-Un got all the parliamentarians on their feet while his soldiers smelled the bum of each of them, hoping to find the person who had disrespected his presence with a fart—but no single person was able to be identified as the culprit.
Following this incident, Kim Jung-Un ordered parliament to pass a law prohibiting public farting—instituting a punishment of up to 5 years prison sentence for the offender and two members of his or her family. A vote in parliament had all the 260 parliamentarians agreeing to this new law.
Korean Central News Agency says “per the new legislation which the people have accepted with extreme joy, not only will the offender be punished for public indecency but he will be thrown in prison with two of his or her own family member.”
North Korea’s ally-China has stated that this new law and punishment is “outrageous and it sets the country back on the wheel of progress.”