Investigators at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport still don't know who threw eggs at the New Orleans Saints' team buses on the tarmac Wednesday night.
Channel 2 investigative reporter Aaron Diamant talked to the airport's general manager, who said he is taking the incident very seriously.
This egg attack is getting national attention. Fans, sports hosts, the Saints, even the driver of the bus that got egged are brushing all this off as just a prank.
But Airport General Manager Louis Miller clearly does not think this is funny.
Diamant tracked down the Saints charter buses outside their Buckhead hotel, still plastered with raw egg from a rough trip to Atlanta's airport.
"I said that couldn't be an egg ,you know, because I'm out here on the tarmac at the plane," bus driver Clarence Lester told Diamant.
Lester was behind the wheel of the egged bus, one of several on the tarmac Wednesday night, to pick up the Saints, who just stepped off a charter flight.
"And once we got all the buses loaded and got ready to pull off, then that's when I heard a thump. And that's when the egg hit the side of my bus back there," Lester said.
The incident was also surprising to fellow driver Michael Triplett.
"How can this have happened in a secure area?" Tripplett asked.
"This type of behavior, or misbehavior, is a better way to put it is totally unacceptable," Miller said.
Miller said at this point it looks like three or four eggs were tossed by one or more airline workers on the tarmac, but investigators are still trying to figure out exactly who they were and which airline they worked for.
"We're going to make sure we find out who it is, take the appropriate action and we're also going to be proceeding with the training of everybody to make sure you just don't do this sort of stuff," Miller said.
But the bottom line for the general manager is that this was no harmless prank.
A representative from the airport told Diamant witnesses have reported that the worker who tossed the eggs was wearing a black uniform with a black apron.