If you live in Peoria, Arizona, you might want to keep your eyes peeled for giant pumpkins rolling down the street this Halloween.
On Thursday, a 350-pound inflatable pumpkin broke loose in Peoria, rolling for over a quarter of a mile before it could be stopped, 12 News reports. The 25-foot tall pumpkin rolled over cars, through a parking lot, and even damaged a street light.
The pumpkin broke loose from a holiday display at the Peoria Sports Complex.
“Like, oh my God, I didn’t know it was going to go that far,” the pumpkin’s owner told News 12 after it took more than 40 minutes to track down the giant fruit.
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