Yes, sir. They’re tackling the big problems in Victoria, Australia. Here are a few recently enacted laws:
In Bass Coast shire, families were shocked to learn they needed a $100 permit for children to camp in their own back yards.
Geelong residents can be fined for feeding ducks or throwing stones into a public lake.
In Whittlesea, garage sales can’t be advertised until the day of the sale and if the signs aren’t removed by the end of the day the seller would get a $234 fine for each sign.
Pigeon keeper Frank de Pasqvale said new times for exercising pigeons in Wyndham would make the birds easy targets for eagles. He said it also would be difficult for owners who had work and personal commitments during those hours.
Controversy surrounding the exercising of pigeons? Who knew. Here’s the source, The Herald Sun.