You may call this the "most 2020" thing you've seen yet.

A police department (in Maryland) has had to remind their residents to wear pants when they check their mailbox.

Yeah, the Taneytown Police Department wrote on Facebook this week: "Please remember to put pants on before leaving the house to check your mailbox."

It's a reminder that we all may need as we've been staying at home, and probably not getting dressed every day.

The police in the Maryland town, with a population of about 6,700 residents, seems to be pointing this message at one suspect in particular. They wrote, "You know who you are. This is your final warning."

So it's probably a good reminder to all of us: put pants on before checking the mail. Even if you are stuck at home.