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Photos: Wild Times At The West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval

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Things got a little crazy at the annual West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval last night, as they often do. One man's costume went up in flames, and others were arrested—one man while Hollywood Jesus looked on, offering some sort of benediction (we imagine). Hundreds of thousands of revelers dressed up in their Halloween best, as fauns, Obama, Bin Laden, hot sauce, Dia De Los Muertos skeletons and so many more.

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