Mmm, this one is interesting.
A new holiday park in the Everglades has been launched, which will allow visitors to enjoy a free and all-inclusive holiday, but with the threat of arrest.
According to a report from the Miami Herald, Everglade County Sheriff’s deputies were at the launch of the park.
The new park, which is called Holiday in Chains, is supposed to be open from Monday to Thursday.
It’s part of a wider initiative to combat the “pockets of crime and violence” that have been rising in the Florida Evergladesh, a region that has seen a rise in violence since last year’s election.
The idea behind the holiday park is that, according to the Miami Times, “this is a way to give our citizens the opportunity to enjoy an event they’ve been wanting for decades.”
The park will be open for guests who are under 21 years old, are wearing a mask, and can provide a ID.
The park has been in the works for quite some time.
A similar holiday event in the Bahamas was held last year.
The Bahamas, like the US, is also a signatory to the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, a treaty signed in 2011 by nearly 40 countries.
In 2012, the island country of Curacao, a small nation of around 6 million people, voted to allow the country’s residents to wear masks in public and to wear them in the public square for the first time.
The plan to allow citizens to wear a mask at all events in the country has been gaining momentum in recent years, with many people protesting and demanding it.
A recent report from Amnesty International said that there are a number of cases of citizens being detained and fined in Curacio for wearing masks.
This week, the US Department of Justice said that it was considering charging a Curacian citizen for using a mask to “disturb” a gathering.
It also said that the department is “working closely” with the authorities on the case, but did not provide any further details.
The US government does not currently have any specific legislation related to mask laws, but the department has expressed concern about the rising number of police raids on mask-wearing people in the United States.