- urinating in the street
- raising pigs in cities
- building houses without permits
- catching endangered fish
- cutting down trees
- accepting bribes and favors
- hoarding goods and sell them at inflated prices
- harassing tourists (I'm assuming they try to sell stuff to them)
I'm guessing much of this has to do with the broken economic system. Cubans seem to think so:
"But while Mr. Castro rebuked his countrymen for losing their “honesty, decency, sense of shame, decorum, honor and sensitivity to others’ problems,” many Cubans accused the government of clinging to an unworkable economic system while the country’s infrastructure and social services crumbled and, with them, the people’s sense of communal duty."
People are the same everywhere. The systems in which they operate are different. If you want to change people's behavior, you have to change the system they live in. Presidential scoldings do nothing.