Massive Corn Dog Spill Shuts Down Interstate 220 In Louisiana

This week's weather report in Louisiana didn't say cloudy with a chance of meatballs. But a massive corn dog accident did shut down the interstate there, which is about as close to the real thing as you can get.

KTBS reports a section of I-220 had to be closed in Shreveport early Tuesday morning after a semi-truck loaded with corn dogs crashed and covered the road with about 40,000 of the batter-coated sausages.

Shreveport locals were apparently happy to act on the five-second rule, stocking up on the free food for a later date.

"There were some reports that passersby were coming in and loading up on some of those corn dogs for dinner," Cpl. Marcus Hines told WWLTV. "It's been a big mess but a lot of folks will be eating pretty good this afternoon ... Everything you need to make a good corn dog was in the middle of the roadway."

Fortunately, no one was injured in the accident. Per WBRZ, the driver of the semi will not be cited.

Watch more footage from the scene below: