Chaos erupted at an Easter egg hunt in Sacramento when adults launched in trying to grab sweets for their children.
The event was an attempt at breaking the record for the world’s biggest, with 500,000 eggs laid out for thousands of youngsters.
But it descended into mayhem as parents raced into the field armed with baskets of their own.
‘There was no organization at all, they all trampled each other. Little two- and three-year-olds were crying.
Footage of the hunt, which did not break the world record because they missed the deadline to apply, shows children as young as two being squashed by teenagers and adults weave between them picking up candy.
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