So you’re tripping along the street in, say, Murcia – and you’re sort of hungry/thirsty.  Wouldn’t a nice ripe juicy orange go down well about now?  Lucky you; there’s a few hanging right there on the tree at the edge of the sidewalk.


I wonder what the rules are about when/if you can take an orange from a tree on a public street.  And what if there’s an orange just lying on the ground under the tree; or after a big windstorm?

There’s hundreds of these trees (oranges, lemons) all over the place; streets, parks, roundabouts, wherever.

1 comment:

Shalee said...

I've always wanted a fruit tree! Oh, I think I would either test the law theory or at least inquire about it!