Atlanta airport worker will be punished for egging Saints team bus

The unknown employee of Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport that threw eggs at the Saints bus will be disciplined, according to the airport. ESPN's Adam Schefter tweeted out this morning that the workers involved would face discipline, but a report from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution stated that there was just one employee participating in the egging.

The identity of the eggman and his occupation are currently still unknown. On Wednesday night upon arrival at the airport, the Saints team bus was hit by four eggs between 8:30 and 9:00 PM. The Falcons won Thursday night's game against the Saints 23-13 to improve to 11-1 on the season. Atlanta's lone loss on the season came at the hands of the Saints at the Superdome three weeks ago. The Falcons and Saints have traded the NFC South division title over the past three seasons, with the Falcons leading the division this season and the Saints in third place, already eliminated from winning the division.

[Atlanta Journal-Constitution]

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