‘Migrants’ treat WWII war memorial like a swimming pool; video of what happens when they’re confronted

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Just as Memorial Day is not about picnics and barbecues, water fountain tributes to American military veterans are not to be used as swimming pools.

As temperatures climb and give rise to a search for ways to cool off, one method is definitely off-limits as seen in a video taken at the National World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C.

Although it is not clear when the video was taken, viewers can hear the question being asked of the alleged “migrants” wading and swimming in the waters.

“You know this is a memorial for the soldiers, right?” they are asked, but don’t appear to get it.

Dozens of adults and children are seen in the video as they use the memorial as a personal escape from the heat, ignoring the sign that bans the exact activity.

In another video posted in May 2017, disrespectful visitors to the memorial fountain are informed of their misstep.

Many social media users were equally as appalled and, though there was the occasional voice which defended the people’s right to get wet in a veteran’s water memorial, others roundly condemned the move as disrespectful.

And it seems the problem is not strictly limited to migrants who may not be able to read English.

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