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Maryland Man Arrested For Hosting 60-Person Party Despite Coronavirus Restrictions

Some folks are literally willing to die for a good time.

A Maryland man was arrested after he completely disregarded Coronavirus restrictions and hosted a 60-person bonfire party at his home.

Police were previously called to the home of 41-year-old Shawn Marshall Myers for having a party, but he was let off with a warning after agreeing to “disperse the crowd.”

A week later, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Shawn was back at it again by hosting 60 people at his Hughesville home for a bonfire.

That’s when cops cuffed him up and charged him with violating Gov. Larry Hogan’s emergency order, which bans gatherings of more than 10 people during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Now Shawn Marshall Myers will be socially distancing himself in the concrete hotel. 

Everyone at the shindig should have been arrested!

According to the state Department of Health, more than 1,200 people in Maryland have tested positive for Coronavirus and 10 people have died.

How freaking reckless can you be?!

Source: NY Daily News

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