Sign at the Agora in Athens: “Do not take any indecent or defamatory photographs on the site or in the museum.” … Count-Down of Silly Rules from the BBC2011 Contest – #5
Is there a reason the sign says one must not take indecent or defamatory photographs? Did someone really do that?!
Additional Rule: “It is necessary to obtain special permit from the Archaeological Service in order to take photographs or to film with a tripod.”
And is the first rule not valid if one has a special permit to take photographs with a tripod??
Acks: Mechteld de Hooge
Tags: BBC2011, silly rules
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