I'm in India, and my bike is a Royal Enfield...common here, but this is the land of cookie-cutter everything. Most people's bikes are either stock or fit into a selection of archetypical bikes. Many are 350cc wannabe Harleys. Some luckily are pretty sweet, streamlined classic bikes.
But mine's set up as a street-tracker kind of thing, WAY out of the norm, and I am constantly asked while on the move "HOW MUCH PAY YOU FOR THAT?!!," usually by the dude in the shiny shirt riding pillon behind the other dude in the shiny shirt. It's actually kind of annoying. "What iz dis? How much cost it?" is usually the first question you receive about anything unique, and it's shocking how in this land of individually-made, non-standard stuff, no one has the imagination to do anything outside copy something else.
In general, though, people feel it's their obligation to sit on, touch, push/pull/otherwise finger-fuck anything that catches their interest, even if it's someone else's bike. If you ask them what the fuck they are doing, they get offended because they were merely giving your bike the admiration it deserves (by pulling on bar-end mirrors, for example.) Hell, I was messing with a throttle cable which had been routed badly at a traffic halt, and a dude on the bike next to me reached over and started trying to turn the cable stop on my carb!