200-year-old law banning women from wearing trousers in the street in the French capital functioned until January 31, 2013, when Vallaud-Najat Belkacem, French minister for women’s rights, abolished this document.
The rule was introduced by the Parisian police chief in 1799. It said that women who want to dress like men need special approval and medical reasons to show off your legs.
The law was amended slightly in 1982, when descended from Eve were allowed to wear pants just riding.
Unusual document has been forgotten over the years and now obviously no longer meets him. He nevertheless remained in force until today. A senator from Paris recently discovered called cancellation.