Minnesota police post hilarious holiday warning to drunk drivers that goes viral on social media

The Twitter feed of a Minnesota police department is getting plenty of attention after posting a hilarious, albeit serious, warning about drunk driving over the holidays.

The Wyoming Police Department took to social media to inform the public that it’s ramping up DWI enforcement efforts and shared an unexpected consequence for those nabbed.

“Do NOT drive drunk. I will find you. I will arrest you. I will make you listen to One Direction cover bands on the way to jail,” the tweet cautioned.

But the sense of humor didn’t stop there. After asking if they offer “free” Uber-like rides, a social media user received this classic response:

The WPD followed that up with a much more sober reminder:

Another social media user who noted that some may like the English-Irish pop boy band One Direction received this reassurance:

A visit to the WPD Twitter page shows that mixing in plenty of good humor with serious public service messages is par for the course. Here’s another recent exmaple:

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