Police aren't sure whether Walmart's prices were so good or if there was a shortage of chocolate rabbits.
Whatever the reason, seven women ended up in a brawl in the Easter basket aisle Saturday evening.
Candy eggs, rabbits and Peeps flew through the air in an unlikely Easter exchange.
Property damage, primarily to candy and Easter decorations, totalled nearly $800.
Salisbury Police responded to the Walmart at 323 Arlington St. around 7 p.m. Saturday.
The five officers separated the women into two groups — with each claiming the other group started the fight.
Unable to figure out who initiated the brawl, officers decided to charge all of those involved in the incident with public affray.
Those charged, whose ages range from 17 to 24, are Carolyn Elizabeth Chawlk, Carmeisha Shannell Mitchell, Samise Tyshon Mitchell, Kim Rochelle Williams Mashore, Latikgwa Nikia Williams, Tameika Shareece Drye and Tiffany Elaine Chambers.