Who is responsible for this crime against humanity.
This horrifying state of affairs was taken by a Kotaku Australia reader recently, whereby Angry Birds has transcended the art form of video games, merged into the world of film, and crossed back into real life through the form of ... community theatre?
The Angry Birds stage show was a part of Ekka — the annual Royal Queensland Show — and according to the reader who took the snap, the female host was tired and lethargic, and Bomb was so cooked they "mostly just rotated around on the spot".
With that in mind, let's review the pitch for the show again:
Everyone’s favourite Angry Birds will take children on an adventure. The kids will follow Red and his two pals Bomb and Chuck, as they embark on a journey to find their place in the world - being true to themselves and living a peaceful life on Bird Island. With The Angry Birds Movie 2 hitting cinemas this September, there’s much hype surrounding these crazy characters, so their stage show is sure to be a hit.
Poor kids. They deserve better.