Geese dump droppings on Disneyland guests, hitting 17 people

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The happiest place on earth temporarily brought out a few frowns for approximately 20 people visiting Disneyland on Friday night.

Some guests had a "fowl" experience at Disneyland this evening.

The unalloyed joy of a trip to Disneyland has been tarnished for a group of 17 people, including six children, who were showered by bird droppings thanks to a passing flock of geese.

Wyatt stated that the hazmat team responded because an initial report suggested that human feces had been thrown by someone in the crowd of guests.

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The police said no crime had been committed and nobody was hurt or required transportation away from the park. "It was clearly goose poop", Anaheim police Sgt. Daron Wyatt told CBS LA.

The department said 11 adults and 6 juveniles were impacted.

The affected guests were allowed to wash up in a private restroom and were provided fresh clothing, Disneyland officials said.

Police say all guests are now healthy and happy. No injuries and no transports.

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