Taylor Swift just released her new album and the Sioux Falls Police Department issued this very funny statement out of concern for brothers and dads.

Multi-million-selling pop star Taylor Swift's new album titled The Tortured Poets Department was released Friday (4/19).

The release of Taylor's new songs prompted the Sioux Falls, South Dakota police department to issue the following statement for Immediate Release:

“The Sioux Falls Police Department is currently responding to a high volume of noise disturbance calls.

At this time all these calls appear to be related as upon arrival to each call officers are hearing the same loud music emanating from each residence followed by cries of "I Love you Taylor " and "This new album is so !!"

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We have tried to speak to the involved parties to comply with acceptable noise levels but they are refusing to comply as they state "Swifties don't turn the music down when a new album drops" followed by "we don't listen to the Sioux Falls Police Department, we only listen to the Tortured Poets Department".

With that said we have been able to rescue a few dads and brothers from the moms and daughters that have been holding them hostage playing this music on repeat for the last several hours inside their homes.

We will continue to respond as we are able, but we foresee a long few days to deal with this matter.”

Well played SFPD!! :-)

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