Manger danger. (via)

Ohio resident Jasen Dixon says he wasn't trying to offend anyone with the zombie nativity scene in his front yard, he was just working with the resources available to him. As a manager of a local house, what was available to him were Halloween ghouls and goblins, which he used as stand-ins for Baby Jesus, Mary, and the Three Wise Men. At least he didn't work in a erotic toy store that sold sex dolls.

Not surprisingly, neighbors don't like it and police have told him to take it down. But not because they find Undead Baby Jesus offensive, which is a matter of taste, but because they say Dixon is in violation of local zoning laws.

Sources: Uproxx