To get around stay-at-home orders, Spaniards have been walking some unusual 'pets'

The national police in Spain published a photo of a citizen who was fined for walking his fish.

(CNN)The Spanish government's strict stay-at-home order allows people to leave their homes to walk their pets.

Well, that order has prompted some to get a little creative with what the government means in terms of "pet."
On Friday the Spanish National Police tweeted an image of a man getting fined for "walking" a fish in a bowl in Logroño, a town in northern Spain. He was penalized for violating government orders to stay inside due to the coronavirus pandemic.
    However, he is not alone.
      On March 25, a person walking a hen was accused of violating movement restrictions by the Spanish Civil Guard in Lanzarote.