Police in Liverpool, England raided a comedy club last weekend for violating the ban on holding large gatherings, but it turned out to be a hilarious misunderstanding. Since all bars, restaurants and clubs were ordered to close, the Hot Water Comedy Club decided to stream a recorded show on Facebook Live. Unfortunately, someone thought it was actually live and called the police to snitch on the club. (Sky News)
The Stone House Urban Winery, in Hagerstown, Maryland, is using a dog to maintain social distance from its customers. The 75 lb brindle boxer, named Soda Pop, brings wine to customers using a special sack that sits on his back. He runs from the winery to the curb and then back again.
The coronavirus has spawned a new dating site called, “Quarantine Together.” At 6 p.m. each day, the dating app asks if you have washed your hands. If you answer yes, you are then connected to another user for a 15-minute chat. The chatters know nothing about each other except for their names. It’s great that there is a dating site, where you can’t literally meet!