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- Posted on Apr 30th 2008 11:00AM by John D. Luerssen
Two couples residing at the Hideaway each discovered half of the deflated pig the morning after its escape. Resident Susan Stoltz found a part of the plastic mound of pig in her driveway on Monday, but had no idea what it was until she read the local paper on Tuesday.
Ironically, Stoltz insists she was wearing a Pink Floyd t-shirt when she discovered the remains of the inflatable swine. Meanwhile, the other half of the pig was draped across a plant in the front yard of another Hideaway resident, Judy Rimmer. Rimmer had first thought she was the victim of a prank by Coachella concert-goers.
Bill Fold, one of the festival producers, told 'The Desert Sun' paper that although he hadn't spoken to Waters, "he's probably a little bummed." As promised, the couples will split the $10,000 reward, and each family will receive four Coachella tickets for life. They will also receive all-access passes to this weekend's country-themed Stagecoach music festival.