Mayor Gabe Brown said “Wash your hands you filthy animals” because COVID-19 is “big f**cking deal”
Mayor of Walton, Kent., Gabe Brown went on Facebook to convey the severity of the coronavirus pandemic to his citizens in a simple and understandable way. And although not a single confirmed case of a deadly virus was found in Walton, the mayor insists that this should remain in the future.
“Listen up dipshits and sensible people. I might not have the best bedside manor. I might not put you at ease like the Governor does, but I don’t care. You need to realize that this is a serious ordeal. In fact, it’s a big f**cking deal. Stay at home,” says Facebook post.
Nearly two thousand people appreciated the mayor’s statements, although some did not like it, most people praised Brown’s appeal.
“Treat this seriously. If you don’t, then screw you (f#ck you is what I want to say, but I can’t),” wrote Gabe Brown. “If you ignore this problem, the worst thing that could happen is that your mother, father, grandmother, grandfather, aunts, uncles could die. Be responsible. If you don’t, then screw you.”
Later, Mayor Brown realized that he got a little excited and made a second post, in which he kindly apologized.
“It has been brought to my attention that I may have, in fact, lost my shit. For that, I apologize. I probably could’ve handled all of your comments with a little more tact and professionalism,” Facebook post says. “Then again, some of you got told what you should’ve”.
“Wash your hands you filthy animals”.
According to official information, only 123 people infected with coronavirus have been identified in Kentucky.