Maryland police send stern message to residents amid quarantine: 'This is your final warning'

Quarantine is making people do some pretty crazy things. And evidently, in the small town of Taneytown, Maryland, one person has gone outside sans clothes so many times that the police have had to issue a warning about wearing clothes in public.

On April 14, the Taneytown Police Department posted on Facebook reminding residents to wear clothes — and based on the content of the post, it isn’t their first warning, either.

“Please remember to put pants on before leaving the house to check your mailbox,” the message reads. “You know who you are. This is your final warning.”

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People are absolutely obsessed with the police department’s stern but silly message.

“Hey, earlier you said we need to wear a mask. And NOW you’re telling me pants as well? Where will it end?!?” one person joked.

“I’m sorry. I’ve been inside so damn long I forgot I wasn’t wearin’ pants. Unfortunately, I keep forgetting everyday,” another Facebook user quipped.

Incredible.

If you enjoyed this story, check out this piece about a judge who had to remind attorneys to wear appropriate attire during Zoom trials.

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