Brunei will now stone you if you have gay sex from next week.
The predominantly Muslim nation of south-east Asia has adopted a new penal code calling for death by stoning for several crimes.
This includes homosexuality, adultery, rape, and declaring oneself to be non-Muslim.
Gay sex was originally only punishable by up to 10 years in prison.
The United Nations human rights office has appealed to Brunei to hold off enforcement of the new penal code, scheduled to take effect 22 April.