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Florida park plays ’Baby Shark’ on loop to keep the homeless away at night

Florida park plays ’Baby Shark’ on loop to keep the homeless away at night

In a temporary solution to keep the homeless out of public parks, officials in West Palm Beach, Florida, are playing ’Baby Shark’ and another children’s song, ’Raining Tacos,’ on loop overnight. West Palm Beach parks and recreation director Leah Rockwell they will come up with a more thorough plan to introduce formal hours to the waterfront park.

Tom A
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Paul N
Paul N 1 year

A smart entrepreneur may try to sell them earplugs.

Don Grantham
Don Grantham 1 year

The homeless need help and compassion, not recriminations or discouragement. A run of bad luck, illness or a vindictive ex spouse can put anyone on the street. Be kind and help out, because you could be there too.

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