Some people just want to stay safe, but turns out dressing up as a "granny" to get a vaccine didn't work for these two ladies who were caught. The cops had a little something to say about this.

WATCH the scene unfold:

Turns out the women had already received their first shot and were trying to get their second, but just didn't happen this time and the cops told them to wait their turn.

This all took place in Florida, of course, according to WSVN, who reported:

The women came to the vaccination site wearing bonnets, gloves, and glasses in an attempt to receive their vaccines, Dr. Raul Pino said during a press conference. According to the sheriff’s office, the women were 44 and 34.

CNN reached out to the women for comment.

Both women had valid vaccine cards from their first shot, Pino said. They were denied their second shot while dressed up due to issues with their ID cards. Health officials did not know how the women were able to get their first vaccine shots and whether they had dressed up then as well.

The department has increased security around the site, Pino said.

“This is the hottest commodity that is out there right now,” Pino said. “We have to be very careful with the funds and the resources that we are provided.”

The Orange County Sheriff’s Office confirmed to CNN that it was called by health officials to issue trespassing warnings to the women as their dates of birth did not match those they had used to register for vaccines, though the names did match.

This reminds me of Johnny Knoxville when he dressed up as Bad Grandpa.

However, there doesn't seem to be anything swinging out from under the pant leg or shorts of these two fine Florida ladies.

And that's a good thing.