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タイム誌に超有名人の興味深い記事がありましたので、内容を要約して英語多読記事にしました。 原文はこちら。Arnold Schwarzenegger Stopped in Australia for Riding Bike Without Helmet（アーノルド・シュワルツネッガー、オーストラリアでヘルメット未着用で自転車に乗り止められる）
英語多読教材の 英日対訳 （ヘルメットを着用して)アイルビーバックはこちら。
Rules in foreign countries are not always the same ones in Japan. And even if we ride on bicycles, we sometimes have to wear helmets. Otherwise, we have to pay a fine.
In Singapore when we throw away chewing gum, we have to pay a fine. Today I would like to write about such a story.
A police officer saw a group of cyclists running one afternoon in Australia, and because he found one guy who did not wear a helmet, he intervened in the group as a routine. To his surprise the guy without a helmet was Arnold Schwarzenegger himself, Hollywood star.
It is reported that Mr. Schwarzenegger was in Australia to attend the sports event “Arnold Classic” and Formula 1.
In Japan the wearing of a helmet is not mandatory according to the Road Traffic Act, but it is necessary for people to wear helmets when they ride on bicycles according to a Victoria’s law in Australia.
Fortunately the police officer made him pay a fine. Instead of paying a fine, Schwarzenegger was told to buy a helmet at a convenience store nearby, and he bought a less than 5 dollar helmet. It is not clear that Schwarzenegger said "I'll be back" wearing a helmet, but everyone, please wear a helmet when you ride on a bicycle in Australia.Tweet