LAFAYETTE, LA – Authorities in the Lafayette area have once again urged extreme caution to parents and children this Halloween season, urging them to keep an eye out for Walmart boudin being given out as trick-or-treat snacks.
With trick-or-treating set to return to normality as COVID cases decline, an uptick in the sick, disgusting, inhumane act of Walmart boudin being given to children is expected.
LPD spokesperson Jessie Bouchard urged parents to be on the lookout.
“There are some sick people out there and we expect boudin procured from Walmart to be given out during trick-or-treating over the course of this weekend”, he said. “We know that you’re all probably concerned about the usual weed gummies and other marijuana edibles sneaking into your kids’ candy buckets. Trust me, that’s nothing compared to the potential for low-grade boudin.
If you are unsure on the quality of it, smell it. If it smells like an old sock, discard of it immediately.
We urge every parent out there to be vigilant, and if you see any form of boudin that isn’t from a reputable source given to your children then please contact us right away.
We take this matter seriously and will conduct follow-up investigations into the matter.”