Sweden has voted to keep a controversial law that bans unlicensed dancing in public - and even includes 'illegally moving your feet to music'.
Owners of bars, clubs or restaurants that lack a dance permit can still be fined if customers 'dance spontaneously and without permission', MPs have ruled.
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