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On "The Greg Gutfeld Show," Greg Gutfeld said a friend of his offered some interesting advice during the Hawaii missile false alarm scare.

Gutfeld said his wife was in Hawaii with a friend of hers and her friend's husband.

He said that many on the islands were in a state of panic after a statewide warning of an impending missile strike was received.

But, the husband of his wife's friend had unique advice for dealing with the possible strike.

"Go back to bed. If you wake up, all good," the man said, according to Gutfeld.

After the initial bedlam, authorities discovered that an employee at the Hawaiian emergency management agency had sent the alert by mistake.

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