Drivers and pedestrians in Peoria, Ariz., were treated to unexpected disruption Friday, when a 25-foot-tall inflatable pumpkin was cut loose by a strong wind and barreled down the local streets.

Onlooker Diego Ramirez, whether bemused or horrified, or both, submitted a video of the incident to News 12 Arizona.

"Like, oh my God, I didn't know it was going to go that far," Patrick Sparkes, another person who witnessed the pumpkin mayhem, said.

Fortunately, no one was injured in the chaos.

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