Hat's All, Folks: Astros Fans Praised After Team Effort to Toss Lost Cap Up Parking Garage
It was a brilliant team effort that was all caught on video, but the search is now on to find its rightful owner.
Astros fans gathered at the World Series victory parade Friday came to the rescue of a woman who dropped her cap from the ninth floor of a parking garage.
Fans on the ground threw the cap in the air to get it to the woman, and after a few attempts from other fans; Alexa Horak got a hat.
The hat was a "2017 World Series Champions" cap — but it wasn't the one Horak dropped.
However, she says, the rightful owner actually rushed out of parking garage to try to retrieve her cap and never came back.
"I want to find the rightful owner of this hat," she said. "She is a young girl, in her teenage years."
By coming on Inside Edition, she hopes she can finally get the hat back to the rightful owner.
"It is not mine, so I want to give it back to her," she added.
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