Police department reminds residents to wear pants while checking mailbox

Feeling a bit lazy these days? Have you forgotten what it's like, with all of this ongoing coronavirus business, to go outside and be among fellow humans?
Well apparently, some folks over in Maryland are getting a little too comfortable in their quarantine clothes (or lack thereof).
The police in Taneytown, a small town in the northern part of the state, felt it necessary to remind residents via Facebook to put on some pants, at least before they step outside and check the mail. 
The Taneytown PD's post, which appeared on Tuesday, reads, "Please remember to put pants on before leaving the house to check your mailbox. You know who you are. This is your final warning."
The message got quite the reaction, being shared more than 1,000 times within hours of posting.

Many folks commented on the post, adding to the humor. One comment from Anna Mansfield says, "It's been thirty some days inside! They don't fit anymore!" 
Meanwhile, besides the odd pantsless mail-getter, studies show that the coronavirus has actually led to a drop in crime rates.
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