Top 9 Good Deeds That Are Illegal, When Your Kindness Is Fucking You Up

“You reap what you sow”, goes the saying. So… Spread kindness, kindness, generosity, sharing, and love. Lots of love. And life will take care of reciprocating you. So sow good deeds, innocent young hearts, and you will reap… Fines. Convictions. Lawsuits. Shitty world.

1. Give a Doliprane to a sick student

Attention, it is important to qualify this point a little! Teachers are not allowed to give medication to their students of their own free will. On the other hand, under presentation of medical prescription, they can help a pupil to receive the treatment ordered by a doctor. (Source.)

2. Helping a migrant

In France, there is an expression to denounce the proceedings initiated against those who come to the aid of foreigners in an irregular situation on French territory: the ” crime of solidarity“. According to article L622-1 of the Céséda: “ Any person who, by direct or indirect aid, facilitates or attempts to facilitate the illegal entry, circulation or stay of a foreigner in France will be punished by imprisonment for five years and a fine of 30,000 euros. On the other hand, the law also provides that, on two conditions, a person is not condemnable for their assistance: if they have provided legal advice, catering services, accommodation or medical care to ensure conditions dignified and decent life or any other aid aimed at preserving dignity; if its aid has not given rise to a direct or indirect consideration.

The fact remains that in Calais, since September 2020, a prefectural decree renewed each month formally prohibits giving free food and drink to an exile. Cost of the fine: 135 euros. The sense of mutual aid, humanity and solidarity… WAW.

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3. Apply too big discounts to its employees

In itself, it is not totally prohibited. The Official Bulletin of Social Security states that ” When the supply is free or when the discount exceeds 30% of the normal selling price, the entire benefit in kind should be reintegrated into the base. “Basically: beyond 30% discount, the advantage will be fully subject to contributions, and will have to appear on the pay slip, therefore much less interesting.

4. Gifting a large sum of money to a friend

Giving money is much more complicated than you think… To donate, you have to meet many conditions. If the sums are in adequacy with the fortune of those who give, then we speak of “presents of use” which do not need to be declared to the tax authorities. For this, you must first be able to prove that the present is made on the occasion of an event (wedding, birthday, engagement, baptism or graduation, for example). Then, the amount cannot exceed 1.5% of the donor’s assets. Note that in France, you are not even allowed to have more than 10,000 euros in cash on you… SUPEEEEER, WHAT DO I DO WITH ALL MY BIFTON, ME, SO?

5. Paying the parking meter for a stranger in the USA

Local ordinances reportedly exist in some cities across the United States prohibiting foreigners from putting money in other people’s meters. If some speak of urban legends, others have already paid the price. The best-known story is that of “Twister”: in 1995, a man dressed as a clown topped up the expired meter of other users in Santa Cruz, to avoid a fine. He was then ordered to pay $13, on the grounds of having “broken the law”. Outcry in California, various residents send him money so that he continues his benevolent walks and his story makes the headlines. Finally, and faced with such media coverage, the city ended up repealing the law.

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6. Feed stray animals

According to article 120 of the health regulations, feeding stray animals is punishable by a fine of up to 450 euros (art. 131-13 of the penal code). Yes, it’s super sad.

7. Flash oncoming cars to warn them of a speed camera

Or the presence of cops at the next roundabout. It’s really a moment of rare intensity, where you feel kind, benevolent and a little thug. Even if it really starts with a good intention, it’s actually quite irresponsible: the presence of the police is not necessarily linked to a simple speed control. They could, for example, be looking for a criminal or other slightly creepy stuff, which we would abort with a little call for light… In itself, this is not illegal, no text prohibiting it, but simply not recommended.

8. Share your Netflix account with a friend

The Netflix service, and any content viewed through the service, is for personal, non-commercial use only and should not be shared with anyone outside of your household.“, specifies the conditions of use of the platform. To combat this practice, Netflix is ​​not ruling out the idea of ​​charging for sharing passwords. Beyond the fact that it makes the company lose money, it is above all dangerous for your data. But hey… Honestly… Living in risk is a bit thrilling, isn’t it?

9. Drop books on the street

Is your library full of lovely stories just waiting to be shared with others? Do you decide to do an act of generosity by offering them to whoever wants them, by carefully depositing them at the bend of a small street in your neighborhood? It’s too cute, too nice, and too stupid to put fines for that… But it happens! This citizen act has already been verbalized up to 68 euros, considered as a “deposit or abandonment of garbage, materials or object”. Fortunately, the mayor of Paris had canceled the fine.

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10. Bonus: make a mixtape for a friend

Good. Ok. Here, I’m talking about a time that those under twenty can’t knoweeeeee. The “mixtape” is a cassette (or a CD a little later) on which we put down all our favorite songs to make us the best compilations in the history of compilations! Also very useful to declare your love to your crush. Short. It was the most personal, cute and…illegal gift you could give to a friend. Quite simply because the songs were illegally downloaded 9/10 times. Heehee, yuphee.

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