17 Of The Weirdest New Year’s Traditions From Across The Globe

A New Year is about to unfold and when it comes to celebrating the same, people has their own peculiar way of doing things. You’d be surprised how each and every country celebrate New Year and observe it with their unique and colorful traditions and superstitions.

Check out 17 of the weirdest New Year’s tradition from across the globe.

1. Broken Plates (Denmark)

Expect loads of ceramic-breaking when you visit Denmark on a New Year. Danes save all their unused plates and dishes until the last day of December to break them against their friend’s doorsteps. They follow this superstition supposedly to banish evil spirits and welcome positive energy for the New Year. And the person to have the most broken dishes on his doorstep is said to be a very loyal friend.