Real ‘Grinch’ Vandalizes Christmas Decorations In Colorado Neighborhood
2020 may be getting the best of some, as five homes had their Christmas displays 'Grinched-upon,' just as the season is getting into full swing.
According to Denver 7, a neighborhood in Castle Pines has felt the brunt of at least one Grinch's actions causing damage to Christmas displays.
The estimated damage comes to around $400, as vandals went out of their way to smash, kick, and stomp, Santas, elves, and reindeer.
Some people just can't stand to see others having fun and wanting to spread joy during the holidays. Thees 'Grinches' get their own 'jolly' by acting upon their 'Bah, humbug' emotions.
Get more on the neighborhood's vandalization from Denver 7 HERE.
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