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A candy chute spotted in Brooklyn

A candy chute spotted in Brooklyn

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A candy chute spotted in Brooklyn
Jake Dobkin / Gothamist

But for top floor dwellers who don't have a picturesque brownstone stoop to accommodate such a feat of covid-era engineering, getting candy to kids this Halloween is a bit trickier. And the kids need that candy, especially after this year.

This Brooklyn resident, who we will call Willy Wonka, figured out a masterful candy delivery system, however — one that is both whimsical and safe during a pandemic. A tiny candy parachute dropped from the top floor to the sidewalk below.

Click play and waaaait for it:

This was going down in Prospect Heights this afternoon. What kind of ingenious trick or treat systems have you seen around town today?