A shoot-to-kill order has been launched against clowns that have been sowing fear in many states across the country since August, a report showed.
According to a report published by the Daily Finesser, a nationwide campaign is rolling targeting ‘malicious’ clowns or persons wearing clown costumes alone at night.
The campaign was launched following the law passed by Congress in a bid to address the continually increasing cases of clown sightings and reports across the country. Reports of clowns allegedly luring children and women in the woods have started to surface since August.
Morning News USA couldn’t independently verify such campaign as of this posting. The website, however, placed a disclaimer at the bottom of the page that reads: “Daily Finesser is for entertainment purposes only”.
Meanwhile, several individuals have been arrested by police and are currently facing criminal charges in New Jersey and Connecticut for creepy clowns hoaxes. At least two young girls in New Jersey have been arrested by police for reckless driving charges while wearing creepy clown masks, the NBC News reported.
Clown Scare Reaches White House
The same situation has even reached the White House during the regular briefing when White House spokesperson Josh Earnest was asked about the growing concern on clown appearance.
Several dozens have been arrested in different states across the country in relation to creepy clown appearance. Just recently, a 15-year-old girl has been arrested by Hopkins police in Minnesota in connection with the Kroacky Clown incident. The girl allegedly sent threatening message on Facebook using a fake account to her boyfriend.
In Ohio, a video that was uploaded on Facebook on October 2 showing a man dressed like a clown chasing the teens with a handheld knife. Several other similar videos are currently doing the rounds online.