Mayor Giulio Cesare Fava has made a strange decree to the people living in his small town in southern Italy.
According to The Washington Post, the mayor of Falciano del Massico has requested that nobody die.
The decree makes it illegal for anyone in the small town to die. This stems, according to The Washington Post, a dispuite with a neighboring town in which they lost the use of their cemetary and havent had time to build a new one.
The decree was made tounge-in-cheek and is considered to be a joke.
The mayor was quoted in the Global News, "The ordinance has brought happiness," he was quoted Tuesday as saying. "Unfortunately, two elderly citizens disobeyed."