LOOK: Royals World Series parade is so big it cripples traffic
Pictures from above during the Royals World Series parade must be seen to be believed.
The Kansas City Royals had their World Series parade on Tuesday, and man, were the locals excited. They came out in droves. Here's the viral evidence:
Some more views from above:
They're saying 500,000. We think more! pic.twitter.com/Vgj4BIdiN0— KCTV5 - Kansas City (@KCTV5) November 3, 2015
Anyone who has been in the Kansas City metro area knows that it's not a real centralized population, either, so most of these people had to drive to the city. The result: Gridlock.
PHOTO: Check out these motorists just parking their cars on the interstate and walking toward Royals parade pic.twitter.com/Ssx8gvD58D— Shain Bergan (@ShainKCTV) November 3, 2015
How about a little World Series MVP Salvador Perez action?
Salvador Perez just walked up to a kid at the parade, took his phone and held it up for a selfie, then gave it back to the kid. <3 Salvy— Ryan Pitts (@ryanpitts) November 3, 2015
Ned Yost with the trophy:
Uh oh, the Budweiser Clydesdales are fair weather fans?
This isn't going to play well in St Louis pic.twitter.com/oI0I2ZthSO— Kevin Kaduk (@KevinKaduk) November 3, 2015
We'll have more to come as the parade festivities progress.
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