For nearly two months now pooch owners at a Park Slope dog run have lived in fear of the eggs that fall from the windows above. At least three eggings have occurred so far behind the newly-built Novo Condominiums, provoked by nighttime dog barking. The identity of the egg tosser remains secret, but probably not for long.

The first incident, reported by Brownstoner, occurred at the year-old dog run behind the Novo Condominiums near the beginning of December. According to the blog “someone living in the 4th Avenue building threw an egg down into the run a couple weeks ago, evidently to show that he/she was not at all pleased with a dog's barking. The incident happened after 8 p.m., when the run is technically supposed to be closed.” The egg-streme measures didn’t result in canine contact, but came close. A second egging was reported on December 29. "Before I knew it— 'whack' on my shoulder and 'splat' on the ground," the victim Ilene Cohen told the NY Post. "I looked up, but I didn't see anybody. They're not going to stand there waving at me and say, 'I'm the jerk who threw it.' "

And last week the blog received word of a third incident: "I was at the Park Slope Dog Run in Washington Park this evening at 7.45pm, and an egg was once again thrown from the condo, and almost hit my husband...My dog barked at the other dog, as dogs do, and suddenly an egg came from the sky landing on the ground next to my husband. He's sure that if it had hit him, he would have been hurt," the target's wife wrote in an email. Victims seem to feel that there is just a single tosser since the eggs “come from the same trajectory." The condominium board has notified the local police precinct and put up flyers about the incidents.