A parent dressed in an Easter bunny costume hands out CONDOMS to children during school pick-up time

Parent in Easter Bunny costume distributes CONDOMS at Texas elementary school: Incident appears to be confusion caused when pharmacist mother grabbed wrong basket of eggs destined for separate ‘safe sex’ clinic

  • A parent dressed as an Easter Bunny wreaked havoc at a Texas elementary school after accidentally handing out condoms to children during school pick-up time
  • Prophylactics were mixed in candy-filled Easter eggs
  • The incident, which happened at Gullett Elementary School in Austin, was not planned or approved by school officials.
  • The parent was asked to leave the school premises, but then moved to a public sidewalk and continued to donate eggs, the school district said.
  • Meanwhile, the Austin Police Department ISD is investigating whether to press charges against the parent, who has not been identified.
  • The mother, a pharmacist who attended a safe sex clinic while wearing the bunny costume, ran out of Easter eggs and called her husband to bring more
  • ‘Husband brought the wrong eggs,’ and ‘chaos ensued,’ parent Nathan Jensen said in a tweet

A parent dressed in an Easter Bunny costume has wreaked havoc at a Texas elementary school after handing out condoms inside plastic eggs to children during school pick-up time – the result of a apparent confusion in the Easter basket.

The prophylactics were apparently mixed in candy-filled Easter eggs.

“A parent showed up at my children’s primary school dressed as an Easter bunny during pick up. (They) handed out eggs, mostly filled with candy.

“Some with unopened condoms,” parent Nathan Jensen said in an April 14 tweet.

“I’m not sure this is the weird Austin I signed up for.”

The incident, which happened at Gullett Elementary School in Austin, was not planned or approved by school officials, according to KXAN.

Jensen followed up with another tweet the next day claiming that the relative in question was a pharmacist who attended a safe sex clinic while dressed in the bunny suit – and that her husband had accidentally caught the wrong batch of Easter eggs when she asked him to bring more.

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The parent was dressed in an Easter Bunny costume, like the one pictured above

The parent was dressed in an Easter Bunny costume, like the one pictured above

Prophylactics were mixed with Easter eggs, similar to those pictured above, some of which were also filled with candy

Prophylactics were mixed with Easter eggs, similar to those pictured above, some of which were also filled with candy

The incident happened at Gullett Elementary School in Austin, pictured above

The incident happened at Gullett Elementary School in Austin, pictured above

The parent was asked to leave the school premises, but then moved to a public sidewalk and continued to donate eggs, the school district said.

“We are working to review our safety protocols to make sure this doesn’t happen again,” a district spokesperson told the outlet.

“It was an incredibly negligent and inappropriate action by a parent.”

Meanwhile, the Austin Police Department ISD is investigating whether to press charges against the parent, who has not been identified, KEYE reported.

A parent in an Easter bunny costume accidentally handed out condoms, like the ones pictured above, to children during school pick-up

A parent in an Easter bunny costume accidentally handed out condoms, like the ones pictured above, to children during school pick-up

The parent in question was apparently a pharmacist – who came straight to the school after attending a safe sex clinic while dressed in the bunny costume.

Afterwards, they went to pick up their second-grade student from school and decided to distribute candies, while remaining in costume.

The mother dressed in the Easter Bunny costume was “mobbed by children” after initially handing out candy-filled eggs, which she quickly ran out of, according to Jensen’s tweet.

The costumed parent then called her husband to bring more candy-filled eggs, her tweet continued.

Pictured: Gullett Elementary School in Austin, Texas, where a parent inadvertently handed out condom-filled Easter eggs to young students

Pictured: Gullett Elementary School in Austin, Texas, where a parent inadvertently handed out condom-filled Easter eggs to young students

“Her husband brought the wrong eggs,” and “chaos ensued,” Jensen added.

Younger students in the Austin Independent School District aren’t learning anything about “human sexuality and responsibility,” the school district said in a statement.

KXAN also reported that the K-2 program is on hold while the school district revises courses in accordance with recent legislation.

The district is also revamping its curriculum on human sexuality and responsibility.

Teaching is given each year in November and December for middle and high school students.

Alicia R. Rucker