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An annual Easter egg hunt by Pez Candy in Orange, Connecticut did not go as planned on Saturday. Pez scattered over 9,000 eggs into three fields and tried to keep things fair by creating age limits for each field.
But due to a ridiculous amount of families showing up (over 1,000 people) the company had difficulties making everyone play by the rules. Several families decided to ignore staff instructions to wait their turn before running around the field like maniacs.
The parents and kids who were trying to follow the rules ended up getting trampled. One angry mom told reporters, “When my son left, he had a broken basket and was hysterically crying.”
Pez was forced to release a statement apologizing for the disaster…
“Due to the actions of a few, the good intent quickly turned into a mess. I would like to sincerely apologize to each of our guests, this was not something created to frustrate or make people angry. We only wanted to do good for the local community.”
But according to some parents who were at the event, Pez doesn’t even need to apologize.
Source: FOX 61