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Police in the Massachusetts town where John Quincy Adams and John Hancock were born have asked residents “to hold off” on committing crimes until the heat wave passes.

“Folks. Due to the extreme heat, we are asking anyone thinking of doing criminal activity to hold off until Monday,” the Braintree Police Department wrote on Facebook.

The article goes on to state the following:

“It is straight up hot as soccer balls out there. Conducting criminal activity, in this extreme heat is next level henchmen status, and also very dangerous,” the post said.

The full post reads:

Folks. Due to the extreme heat, we are asking anyone thinking of doing criminal activity to hold off until Monday. It is straight up hot as soccer balls out there. Conducting criminal activity, in this extreme heat is next level henchmen status, and also very dangerous.

Stay home, blast the AC, binge Stranger Things season 3, play with the face app, practice karate in your basement We will all meet again on Monday when it’s cooler.

Sincerely,

The PoPo

PS: please no spoiler alerts. We’re just finishing season 2

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