Sounds reasonable to me. 

Courtesy of Newsweek:

Eight men who refused to wear face masks in public have been ordered to dig graves for COVID-19 victims as a punishment in Indonesia.

The province of East Java is cracking down on the wearing of face masks in a bid to stem the rise in coronavirus cases.

Local media reports that the punishment was meted out in the Cerme district where its head, Suyono, hoped that digging graves would act as a deterrent to anyone else considering flouting the face mask rule.

The Jakarta Post reported that Suyono was determined to force people to wear the masks and said: “There are only three available gravediggers at the moment so I thought I might as well put these people to work with them.”

Suyono is reported to have said that in order to best assist the gravediggers, he had instructed two people to work at each grave, with one digging while the other laid boards inside to support the corpse.

He added: “Hopefully this can create a deterrent effect against violations.”

I am pretty confident that we have civil liberty laws that will keep us from doing this same thing here in America. 

But that does not mean it would not be a good idea.

I think I would really enjoy seeing a team of Karens out there digging graves and being forced to confront the grim results of refusing to wear masks.