Parents ‘Shocked’ As Helicopter Dumps Easter Eggs On Running Children
Dust flying. Easter eggs filled with candy being dropped on children’s heads. Kids being trampled. Kids and parents scaling gates. It all added up to look like a scene from a Mad Max movie. But it was anything but.
In fact, it was an Easter hunt in Columbus, Georgia for children gone horribly wrong.
“It was awful, I don’t even know how to describe it,” said Maria Phillips, an egg drop participant and mother of a 2-year-old. “It was like when Mufasa got killed in the ‘Lion King.’”
“I’m sure The Bridge just meant for this to be a really great thing to do for the city and it’s just sad how the people of the city behaved,” Walters said. “The adults just acting like a bunch of animals out there, it was like a stampede.”
“There was no one down at the fence to stop people from throwing their kids over the fence or pushing through the fence,” Phillips said. “I saw one little girl, she had to have been like maybe 3 (years old), she went flying right into the fence.”
“Nobody controlled their children,” Gillens said. “My kids had to fight for eggs with kids three times their size. At one point, there was a grown woman on the floor, laying on the ground. It was madness and they’re just little Easter eggs with candy in them.”
Author: Jim Satney
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