West Palm Beach Playing "Baby Shark" On Loop To Drive Homeless People Away

Officials in West Palm Beach have come up with a new way to prevent homeless people from sleeping around the city's Lake Pavilion and it's literally just blaring "Baby Shark" on a loop all night

The extremely popular and also extremely repetitive and sometimes really annoying children's song can be heard playing on loop all night long around the pavilion at Palm Beach Park.

The idea is to annoying homeless people so much that they wont sleep in the park or at the pavilion until they are able to finalize laws for trespassing in the area.

The tactic btw is reminiscent of the blaring music once used by American interrogators to torment prisoners in the war on terror in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Guantanamo Bay.

Leah Rockwell, the city's Parks and Recreation director, said "event staff and customers shouldn't have to trip over bodies when they're setting up an event in the early morning hours. Likewise, a bride shouldn't have to walk over a sleeping person when she leaves her party at midnight.... People are paying a lot of money to use the facility. Thousands of dollars, we want to make sure people paying this money had a facility that was clean and open and continue to use it in the future." 

 
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