Sundance turns into real zoo with camel's appearance
PARK CITY — It may really be a zoo in Park City when the Sundance Film Festival takes over the town.
Park City police cited a man Friday for obstructing traffic by riding a camel along Park Avenue and Main Street to hand out flyers promoting a movie that hadn't made it into this year's film festival.
The man, identified in multiple online postings as Next Anyextee, director of the movie, "Egypt Through the Glass Shop," was also warned about handing out flyers.
Police said the man and the camel, reportedly named Moses, left the Park City area shortly after being escorted to their truck and livestock trailer.
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