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Reporter Dressed as Easter Bunny Freaks Out Kids

To help celebrate Easter, Good Morning Sacramento reporter Alan Sanchez dressed up like the Easter Bunny and set off to entertain children. Some would say his wild gyrations in front of the kids would be more at home at a furry convention than a sacred holiday.

But the kids seemed to enjoy the show, as they watched out the window and cheered their approval. However, when they joined the big bunny in the backyard, something very disturbing happened.

The Easter Bunny has lost his head! Then when he collected his decapitated noggin and reattached it, he put it on backwards. So the only way to set things straight was a Linda Blair in ‘Poltergeist’-like head spin.

The kids actually take this horror movie turn in stride. Probably because they had prepared themselves for such a scene by biting the heads off of chocolate Easter Bunnies.

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