This is brilliant.
Belgium and The Netherlands have taken different approaches to the coronavirus, with Belgium ordering all non-essential shops to close and the Dutch allowing the shops to stay open as long as they take measures to enforce social distancing.
The towns of Baarle-Nassau and Baarle-Hertog are, in fact, a single town that straddles the border between Belgium and The Netherlands. Inevitably enough, someone built a shop across the border.
So what do you do when you have conflicting rules as to whether you can open or not?
You open half a shop:
The below video is in Dutch, but the absurdity should be apparent in any language.