文化警察24時 (16) 警官の写真撮影はダメ?(フランス)

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毎月第2週目は「文化警察24時」をお届けします。今回の舞台はフランス。会話で紹介されたような法律が実際に存在するかどうかは不明ですが、旅先で写真を撮るときには、写真をとっても問題ない場所かどうか、きちんと確かめるようにする必要がありますね。

「文化警察24時」は、少し英語が苦手!という皆さんを対象にした、長さもレベルも聞きやすい番組です。しっかり聞いて、しっかり声に出して練習してみましょう。
Culture Cops (16): In France

Val tells a visiting foreigner boy in France that it is illegal for him to take a photo of a police officer or police vehicle, even if they're only in the background.

M: Excuse me, officer.

Val: Oh, hi there, buddy. How can I help you?

M: Well… I was just wondering if it'd be OK for me to take a selfie with you?

Val: I'm so--- sorry, kiddo. It's actually illegal to take a picture of police officers or their vehicles in France.

M: But I thought you were an International Police Officer, not a French officer.

Val: You're darned tootin'. I work for the International Culture Cops. However, since we're in France we have to obey their laws. That means no photos together.

M: Oh man, OK. Maybe if I ever run into you in another country again…

Val: You got it, man. Sounds like a plan!

M: See you in Japan! (singing style)

(Written by Matteen Aminpour)

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