A real scourge concerns the town of Saint-Maur-des-Fossés, located in the department of Val-de-Marne. Indeed, an omelet gang is rampant in the city. According to the details mentioned by The Parisian this Wednesday, August 9, 2023, many victims received potatoes and eggs thrown from a motor vehicle. The inhabitants would be in shock and under a total incomprehension of this strange phenomenon. The latter would even have nicknamed these aggressors under the name of “omelette gang”. When our colleagues from Parisian questioned the residents of Saint-Maur-des-Fossés about this very strange situation, the tongues were then untied. “This stupid little game has been going on for a year. My son-in-law suffered the same attack last summer”, said Ysaya, a mother. For her part, a young woman named Leslie thinks that“there are potatoes that get lost”.
A very strange behavior aimed particularly at women
Finally, another city car by the name of Estelle also delivered without filter on this scourge: “On Thursday July 27 around 7:30 p.m., I was walking home from work, near the Parc station, when the egg was thrown at me. At first I thought it was the woman walking behind me, but then we realized together that it was coming from a car. I had plenty of it on the bottom of my jeans, I even wondered if it was not a personal attack, it’s really revolting.” The young resident continued in a humorous tone: “Volunteer for the creation of a revenge gang, I provide the watermelons”, she expressed, laughing. These throwing of potatoes and eggs would have been committed several days in a row in recent weeks and are particularly aimed at women. For most city dwellers, the “omelet gang” has become a hot topic in the community. In this town located in the Val-de-Marne, the inhabitants are not used to being confronted with acts of violence in the street. They hope that the “omelet gang” will stop its various attacks and that a return to calm will be done very quickly. For the time being, the attackers could not be identified by the police despite the dozen testimonies collected via the social network Facebook.