In this clip, an elementary school in Missouri finds a creative way to solve its playground's unsanitary goose poop problem. "In Raytown, it's a good day for students at Robinson Elementary ... Being outside doesn't always happen," explains 'Morning Express
' correspondent Natasha Curry. "Children can't come out and play on the playground because it is everywhere," explains a school official. "It" reports Curry, is goose poop. The problem
has reportedly been going on for years, until last week when the grounds crew came up with a new idea. As footage reveals a wooden figurine, Curry explains, "A life-sized cutout of their natural enemy: the coyote."
"From above, it appears that they're holding a goose in their mouth, and that creates a threat to the geese," a groundskeeper explains. The menacing geese have reportedly moved to less threatening pastures.