The decision was highly controversial, and some suggested changing the law under which it was rated 18.
The original X certificate, replacing the H certificate, was issued between 19 by the British Board of Film Censors in the United Kingdom.
Typically, one child administers the "shot", using an index finger to trace circles and dots on another child's forearm while reciting the rhyme, "Circle, circle, Dot, dot, – Now you've got the cootie shot!
" In some variations, a child then says, "Circle, circle, Square, square, – Now you have it everywhere!
The Australian Classification Board (ACB formerly known as the OFLC), a government institution, issues ratings for all movies and television shows exhibited, televised, sold or hired in Australia.
In Serbia the game is known as "šuga"; the word means scabies.People under 18 may not buy, rent, exhibit or view these films.The exhibition or sale of these films to people under the age of 18 years is a criminal offence carrying a maximum fine of ,500.The commission has some leeway in classification, it may for instance take into account the artistic qualities of a movie not to count it pornographic.Movies with an X rating may only be shown in specific theaters (which hardly exist nowadays in France); they bear special taxes and tax rates, including a 33% tax on revenue.