Committing a crime is illegal all around the world. Crimes are punishable by law, and there are different levels of punishment for every crime. Every country has its own set of rules. There are some countries which ban wearing of jeans, while there are others where even feeding a pigeon is considered illegal.
These strange and unique rules help maintain law and order in these countries. Now, there is one country where the rules are quite strict. It has been found that even if one person commits a crime, then their three generations will have to face the repercussions. The country that has such a law is North Korea.
North Korea is a totalitarian dictatorship in Asia and is run by its Supreme Leader, Kim Jong Un. The country has time and again been famous for its dictatorship and has some strange rules that are quite different from the rest of the world. As per reports, it has been found that there is a law in North Korea that states that if a person commits a crime in the country, then not only that person but his parents, grandparents, and even children will be punished by the law.
One of the main reasons is that a strict law has been made in the country so that no prisoner can escape. The jails in the country are built in such a way that even women are tortured. The prisoners are expected to sit on a cross and have to keep their hands on their knees. They are not even allowed to move for the next 12 hours. Even the slightest movement is punished severely. For food, a few corn and water are served.
There are many other such strange laws in North Korea, like the government having fixed 28 hair styles for the citizens. Out of these, 18 are for women and 10 are for men. The citizens are not allowed to have another hairstyle. Apart from that, the public has the freedom to access only 28 websites. There are specific rules for buying a computer, and very few people can buy them.