November 29, 2012

Atlanta Airport Employees Throw Eggs At New Orleans Saints

Anyone want a Falcon omelette? (Photo by Gunthercx via wikimedia, CC-BY-SA)

The New Orleans Saints got a messy welcome to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport for their Thursday night game against the Falcons.

No word on who exactly was doing the egging or if anyone will be disciplined.

UPDATE: The Falcons won.

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