If you’re thinking of kicking the bucket, don’t do it in Falciano del Massico, a village of 3,700 people near Naples in southern Italy. As a matter of fact, the mayor has outlawed dying
there. He issued the tongue-in-cheek decree because the village has no cemetery and they’re feuding with a nearby town that has one – creating a problem about what to do with the deceased. He said people are pretty happy with the ordinance. But “unfortunately, two elderly citizens disobeyed.” What can you do?