According to the Local, a Swedish town is considering a curfew for a rooster, due to complaints from neighbors. Specifically, it is being proposed that the animal be kept indoors from 7pm to 9 am.
Hey, if there’s anywhere in the world that it’s tough to be a rooster, it’s Sweden, land of the Midnight Sun for half the year, where it’s always the crack of dawn, and time to wake up the neighbors.
3 Worse Curfews To Impose In Sweden
1. No IKEA furniture assembly between 9 am and 7 pm. The only thing more frustrating than assembling IKEA furniture is being forced to do it when your neighbor’s rooster is outside and won’t shut up about you assembling those drawers backwards.
2. No teenagers outside after dark. Which is basically six months a year in the north of Sweden. But, Swedish teens, if you are going to post a million kronor worth of receipts on Rich Kids Of Instagram for the Broadway production of Mamma Mia, you kind of deserve to get grounded.
3. No cool-looking 1970s or 1980s Volvos allowed out ever. (note this one is already in full effect).