Baby Shark used to tackle 'homeless issue'

West Palm Beach officials are using 'Baby Shark' to keep homeless people away.

Baby Shark used to tackle 'homeless issue'

West Palm Beach officials are using 'Baby Shark' to keep homeless people away.

The extremely repetitive children's song is being played - along with the similarly catchy 'Raining Tacos' - throughout the night on a loop to stop people from laying around the city's Lake Pavilion, which hosted 164 events over the past year.

Parks and Recreation director Leah Rockwell told the Palm Beach Post: "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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