Traveling around the world is a beautiful experience. You get to see new things, new cultures, and customs and you get to learn through practice. Isn’t it the most beautiful way to learn? Of course, there are some tourists who believe that while going sightseeing is interesting, there are other things that can be tried for an extra ounce of fun.
These are the guys who write history due to the stupid things they do. Care to know who’s the most stupid of them all?
Take a look!
Top 5 Weirdest Things Done by Tourists
No. 5 – The Chinese tourist who opened the door of the airplane for fresh air. Because what else can you do when the plane is preparing to take off? Next time we suggest he uses the 100 ml bags that the airport allows to take some fresh air from home. It would be less bothersome.
No. 4 – The sisters who posed naked in the temples at Angkor. Two American sisters were deported in February 2015 because they took nude photos of themselves in one of the sacred temples. This made locals wonder if it wouldn’t be better to adopt new rules that could protect the sites visited by all kinds of tourists (you know, like wearing clothes when visiting religious sites or not touching the ruins).
No. 3 – The tourist who tried to steal an earlobe from one of the statues of Easter Island. A Finnish tourist thought it would be fun to steal one of the earlobes of the famous statues of the island. These have been here for almost 1,000 years and became a Unesco World Heritage Site in 1995.
No. 2 – Three Italian tourists who rolled naked around La Barceloneta. Well, this one I don’t mind at all, really. And I’m sure most of the Catalan women had no problem with it either. However, around one hundred locals gathered around and protested against the tourists who do whatever they want in their country. I mean, city.
No. 1 – The surgeon who broke off the finger of a 600-years-old statue in Florence. Such a relief for the patients of this American surgeon who wanted to compare his finger to the one of a statue of Virgin Mary located in Museo dell’Opera del Duomo, in Florence.
Who would you make your number 1?