Things Not To Do In Morocco

The number one thing not to do in Morocco is impersonate a member of royalty over the internet:

Amnesty International said Saturday it was "shocked" by a three-year jail term handed down by a Moroccan court to a man who registered a false Internet Facebook profile as King Mohammed VI's brother.

The court in Casablanca sentenced 27-year-old computer engineer Fouad Mourtada on Friday and fined him 10,000 dinar (900 euros, 1,300 dollars) for "the use of false information and usurping the identity of the prince."

We can't help but be shocked that he only got 3 years of jail time to go with his fine.