To keep homeless people from hanging out at night...Play "Baby Shark"

Cities have put spikes on ledges, installed bars on park benches and enacted tent prohibitions to keep homeless people from sleeping in public. West Palm Beach, Florida, is trying something else: blasting popular children songs like Baby Shark and Raining Tacos all night long to discourage people from spending the night in a park.

… A spokeswoman said the city plays music overnight at the Waterfront Lake Pavilion to discourage “congregating at the building” and to “encourage people to seek safer, more appropriate shelter.”



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