Many Louisiana residents are voicing their opinions on social media after photos were posted of the aftermath that was Easter Sunday out at the New Orleans Lakefront. While the photos do show some attempts at putting food and other items in actual trash cans, many shots show what is being perceived as an absolute mess.

Facebook via Protect the Louisiana Brown Pelican at New Orleans West End
Facebook via Protect the Louisiana Brown Pelican at New Orleans West End
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Easter Sunday was a moment for many families around Louisiana to gather and enjoy each other's company. Out in New Orleans, the Lakefront area was a popular spot for many locals to join together for food, drinks, and fun.

Unfortunately, photos show that the celebration on Sunday caused quite the mess on Monday. Of course, crawfish is a popular food option for Easter Sunday but apparently some folks did not get a chance to take care of all of their mudbugs properly.

Facebook via Protect the Louisiana Brown Pelican at New Orleans West End
Facebook via Protect the Louisiana Brown Pelican at New Orleans West End
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The Facebook group 'Protect the Louisiana Brown Pelican at New Orleans West End' shared the photos and many locals have been reacting to what they see. Of course, the leftover food items become an attraction for local wildlife as you can see birds picking at everything on the ground.

Facebook via Protect the Louisiana Brown Pelican at New Orleans West End
Facebook via Protect the Louisiana Brown Pelican at New Orleans West End
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Lots of commenters have indicated that this problem is not an isolated incident. Apparently, the mess that can be seen in these photos is a regular occurrence for this area of the New Orleans Lakefront.

While many factors should be considered, such as bad weather passing through, lack of trash cans available, etc., the vast majority of reactions to the photos were the same. Check them out below.

Louisiana Locals Disgusted by Mess Left from Easter Sunday at New Orleans Lakefront

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See the full post with more photos from the New Orleans Lakefront on the Monday following Easter via Facebook below.

More reactions to the post can be found here.

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