A Playlist to Deter the Homeless: ‘Baby Shark’ and ‘Raining Tacos’

The city of West Palm Beach, Fla., is blaring two maddeningly catchy children’s songs on a loop each night to prevent people from sleeping in a city park

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Jul 18 · 4 min read
West Palm Beach has begun playing children’s songs at an event center in Nancy M. Graham Centennial Square Park to deter homeless people from sleeping or convening there. Photos: Saul Martinez for The New York Times

By Nicholas Bogel-Burroughs

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