Bill Maher's Father's Day Message Is Almost Perfect
New Video Montage Shows Why Most Americans Think Biden Is Too Old to...
A Biden Spokesperson Did Not Just Say *That* to Explain Joe's Wandering Off...
It Was Quite A Week Of Media Stupidity
Another Big Huge Biden Lie
What to Expect in the First Presidential Debate
New Bill Would Automatically Enlist Men Into the Draft
Why This Airport Is Bursting at the Seams With Illegal Immigrants
Trump Reveals the Two Democrats He Plans to Oust
Black Detroit Pastor Criticizes Biden, Obama But Thanks Trump for Coming to the...
Liberal Media Tries to Play With Fire on Trump’s Birthday, But It Doesn’t...
El Savador Illegal Immigrant Charged With Rape, Murdering a Mother of Five
A Politically Incorrect Prayer
Who Does Kamala Harris Think She Is Weighing in on Our Sex Lives?
The Tolerance Lie
Tipsheet

West Palm Beach Park To Play 'Baby Shark' On Repeat To Drive Away Homeless People

If you have toddlers or have been anywhere near small children in the past two years then you may have heard the at first catchy, then increasingly annoying song known as "Baby Shark." The lyrics are, "Baby shark, doo, doo, doo, doo, doo, doo" on repeat while exchanging Mommy, Daddy, Grandma, and Grandpa shark for "Baby" in the following stanzas. Now, West Palm Beach hopes this tune can be used to drive away vagrants from a public park during night time. 

Advertisement

The West Palm Beach Post reports that "the city of West Palm Beach has launched a music offensive, too, playing torturous sound loops all night long, of the children’s songs 'Raining Tacos' and 'Baby Sharks,' to keep the homeless from lying about the patio of the city’s Lake Pavilion." 

The paper reports that "The city expects to rake in $240,000 from such events this fiscal year and wants customers to have a positive experience. They shouldn’t have to trip over bodies when they or community events staffers come to set up at 5 a.m., or when caterers or a bride leave at midnight." 

“People are paying a lot of money to use the facility,” Leah Rockwell, Parks and Recreation director, told media. “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.”

The lyrics for the second song, Raining Tacos, seem just as irritating. 

“It’s raining tacos from out of the sky

“Tacos, no need to ask why

“Just open your mouth and close your eyes

“It’s raining tacos

“Raining tacos out in the street

“Tacos, all you can eat

“Lettuce and shell, cheese and meat

“It’s raining tacos

“Yum Yum, Yum Yum Yummity Yum.”

Advertisement

Rockwell adds that the songs are working, "It has been effective and is a temporary measure to make the area accessible for those who have rented the facility and for future events. We are not forcing individuals to stay on the patio of the pavilion to listen to the music. The music is heard only if you are on the patio, a very small area relative to the rest of the waterfront." 

Here's the Baby Shark song for those who want to get it stuck in their heads:


Join the conversation as a VIP Member

Recommended

Trending on Townhall Videos

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement