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Zombie riot in Durango: At least guy with fake penis & upside-down flag wasn't busted (VIDEO)

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Denver's Zombie Crawl was a record-setting success, with even the Downtown Denver Partnership singing its praises. But things didn't go as well in Durango, where early the morning after Halloween, police reportedly busted 22 "unsanctioned" zombie marchers, some of whom they shot with paint balls to mark for arrest -- although somehow they neglected to bust a guy wearing a fake penis and an upside-down American flag who said he was splattered on the inner thigh. Check out a video of the action below.

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