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Malawi poised to outlaw farting

NotmeChief

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Malawi is determined to “mould responsible and disciplined citizens” with a law banning the breaking of wind.
The Local Courts Bill of 2010 is set to be presented before a forthcoming parliamentary session by Justice Minister George Chaponda.


The legislation also targets ne'er-do-wells "disturbing religious assemblies", "trespassing on burial places", "insulting the modesty of a woman" or "challenging to fight a duel", as well as those who pass the time by pretending to be a fortune teller...

One unimpressed Malawian reportedly commented: “How can this government criminalise the release of intestinal gases? Everyone does that, even if it’s in public or it has an accompanying sound which is boring; making it criminal is a joke of democracy." ®

So how do you prove who done the silent one in the lift?
 

Flagdeck

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Malawi is determined to “mould responsible and disciplined citizens” with a law banning the breaking of wind.
The Local Courts Bill of 2010 is set to be presented before a forthcoming parliamentary session by Justice Minister George Chaponda.


The legislation also targets ne'er-do-wells "disturbing religious assemblies", "trespassing on burial places", "insulting the modesty of a woman" or "challenging to fight a duel", as well as those who pass the time by pretending to be a fortune teller...

One unimpressed Malawian reportedly commented: “How can this government criminalise the release of intestinal gases? Everyone does that, even if it’s in public or it has an accompanying sound which is boring; making it criminal is a joke of democracy." ®

So how do you prove who done the silent one in the lift?

The answer, my friend, is blowing in the wind. :fart:
 

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