"I don't understand what they're trying to do," Francisco Moreles, who works near the park, told Oklahoma's News On 6.
This was just one of numerous creepy clown sightings reported in recent days and weeks in what is part of a strange new phenomenon. Worse yet, the trend shows no signs of slowing, and law enforcement and the media are struggling to understand what might be behind it.
Until all these creepy clowns decide to give it a rest, having a trusty dog close by could help keep them at bay.
In fact, one police dog academy in Canada has apparently begun incorporating clowns into its practice regimes. Here's a new video from Baden K-9, showing a furry officer-in-training coming to the aid of his partner in the midst of a mock clown attack.