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Monday, June 4, 2018

The Spurs Coyote Stopped By a San Antonio Quinceñera and Things Got Really Weird

Posted By on Mon, Jun 4, 2018 at 12:56 PM

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The Coyote, aka the high-energy mascot of the San Antonio Spurs, crashed the party at a San Antonio quinceñera on Saturday, and things got wild.

Snaps from a photobooth at the event show the Coyote being his usual wacky self. But scrolling through the photos on the Dru Photography website show a different side to the Coyote.



We're not sure if the Coyote got his booze on or what, but he let a few fans wear his eyes.
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To be fair, we're all adults here. We know it's a costume, but that doesn't change the fact that this no-eyes coyote is a sight for sore eyes.
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And Coyote started trying to eat people's faces, too.
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Seems like he's quite the party animal.

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