The petty tyrants in Albany have grown sick of your laziness serfs.
ALBANY, La (WVLA) –Overgrown lawns are sprouting up in the village of Albany in Livingston Parish.
Officials in the Livingston Parish village say, the tall grass is not only a public nuisance, it’s a crime.
And they’re ready to enforce it.
Village police will be keeping a close eye on the unweildy weeds.
The main targets are empty fields left unkempt by owners.
If the grass gets above eight inches, the resident gets a letter.
From there, unruly land owners could face a fine of up to $500 or up to 60 days in jail.
The Supreme Council added:
“Homeowners failing to take care of their lawn is a heinous crime against the State that must be brutally punished at all costs, lest the serfs begin to believe they actually own their own property!
The Council can not live in a world with unmowed lawns! We shall take from the serfs by force and then lock them into prisons of their own creation for any violation of lawn mowing!”