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SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 31: A skeleton decoration sits in the front passenger seat of a car in the suburb of Mosman on October 31, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. Halloween celebrations have been modified this year following the COVID-19 outbreak, with trick or treaters reminded to maintain social distance and not gather in groups of more than 20 people. (Photo by James D. Morgan/Getty Images)

It’s October, and even criminals are getting into the holiday spirit.

A driver in Texas was pulled over for driving in a carpool lane on Wednesday, without a LIVING passenger.  He had a full-size skeleton in the passenger seat, and it was even wearing a hat.

The police posted a photo . . . and joked, “Our deputies saw right through the ruse and issued the driver a BONE-AFIDE citation.  After a STERNUM lecture, deputies wished him BONE VOYAGE!”