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.

Nigeria has placed restrictions on many imports, including wheelbarrows. However, you can purchase wheelbarrows once in the country from a local merchant

5. Wheelbarrows - Nigeria

Nigeria has placed restrictions on many imports, including wheelbarrows. However, you can purchase wheelbarrows once in the country from a local merchant
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Due to a contamination scandal in the early 1900s, Saint Lucia has banned all imports of shaving brushes produced in Japan. which is still in place today, despite Japan's continued reassurances.

6. Japanese shaving brushes - Saint Lucia

Due to a contamination scandal in the early 1900s, Saint Lucia has banned all imports of shaving brushes produced in Japan. which is still in place today, despite Japan's continued reassurances.
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These are banned from being sold or imported in Canada. If you're found guilty of advertising or attempting to purchase the item, you could face a $100,000 fine or even six months in jail.

7. Baby walkers - Canada

These are banned from being sold or imported in Canada. If you're found guilty of advertising or attempting to purchase the item, you could face a $100,000 fine or even six months in jail.
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Zimbabwean honey is famous around the globe for it's quality and the country has  banned any imports of honey from abroad due to the fear of low quality fake honey flooding the market.

8. Honey - Zimbabwe

Zimbabwean honey is famous around the globe for it's quality and the country has banned any imports of honey from abroad due to the fear of low quality fake honey flooding the market.
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