There are some strange things you can't take abroad

Eight unlikely items that are bizarrely banned in some countries

Ahead of the Easter holidays, wheelbarrows, masks and honey have been listed among eight unusual things Brits won't be able to take with them when travelling to certain other countries.

Travel specialists from MyBaggage.com have revealed some of the more unusual items banned around the world, from Nigeria and Saudi Arabia to Canada and the USA.

Due to Japans extremely strict anti-stimulant drug laws, any drugs containing pseudoephedrine such as Vicks inhalers are banned from the country and you could face jail if caught with one.

1. Vicks inhalers - Japan

Due to Japans extremely strict anti-stimulant drug laws, any drugs containing pseudoephedrine such as Vicks inhalers are banned from the country and you could face jail if caught with one.
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Since 1992 chewing gum has been banned from being consumed or bought into Singapore and you face a substantial fine if caught with some.

2. Chewing gum - Singapore

Since 1992 chewing gum has been banned from being consumed or bought into Singapore and you face a substantial fine if caught with some.
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Traditional haggis has been banned from entering the US for more than 40 years due to a ban on importing British lamb following the outbreak of mad cow disease.

3. Haggis - USA

Traditional haggis has been banned from entering the US for more than 40 years due to a ban on importing British lamb following the outbreak of mad cow disease.
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After the movie V for Vendetta  was released, the Minister of Interior for Saudi Arabia banned the selling and importing of Guy Fawkes masks made popular by the film as it installs a culture of violence and extremism in young people.

4. Masks - Saudi Arabia

After the movie V for Vendetta was released, the Minister of Interior for Saudi Arabia banned the selling and importing of Guy Fawkes masks made popular by the film as it installs a culture of violence and extremism in young people.
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