Find out why Sierra Leone has banned jogging
Out of all the menial things that have been illegal over the last years, we're actually pretty glad that jogging is one of them. There's not many more unpleasant experiences in life than having a fine day at the park ruined by a doughy middle-aged man loping past you in a pair of obscenely short-shorts with a too-large iPod strapped uncomfortably to his farmer's tan.
It seems that the Sierra Leone government are men after our own hearts, having now officially banned group jogging in the streets due to fears of "raining insults", "loud music", and "pounding on vehicles".
Anyone who intends to indulge in this heinous activity will now have to receive official authorisation from the government, segregating joggers to the domains of the beach and other recreational grounds.
Personally, we welcome any excuse not to partake in such an awful activity. In fact, we sincerely hope that the Sierra Leone government can place a subsequent ban on yoga, kale, and whatever else is deemed to be overwhelmingly "nourishing". It'd at least make us feel a little better about not partaking in any of the above.