"Parents are literally pushing other people out of the way," said mom Michelle Rodriguez

By Tara Fowler
Updated April 06, 2015 07:55 AM

The event, organized by Blue Heart International, was an attempt to break the world record for largest Easter egg hunt, according to the Sacramento Bee. The current record was set in Winter Haven, Florida, in 2007 with 501,000 eggs.

However, it quickly descended into utter chaos, with parents reportedly pushing and shoving children to collect the eggs.

“There was no organization at all. They all trampled each other,” mother Tessa Moon told CBS13.

“Little 2- and 3-year-olds were crying,” she added. “The parents were scooping up all of the eggs for their kids and it was horrible.”

“It’s really ridiculous,” mom Michelle Rodriguez told the Bee. “Parents are literally pushing other people out of the way.”

And the event didn’t even break any records – since the eggs arrived only two days before Sunday’s hunt, which was past the deadline for Guinness World Records certification, the Bee reports.