Rome, Italy - World leaders at the G20 Summit held an emergency session on Saturday afternoon to decide if trick-or-treating should be held on Saturday evening or Sunday this year.
The meeting was called after several leaders showed up for a group photo mistakenly wearing their costumes.
"I thought we were doing this today? So it's tomorrow?" one leader was overheard asking an ally.
The three-hour meeting grew intense at times, but it was ultimately decided that trick-or-treating would take place on Sunday.
It is still unclear if the decision is only meant for the leaders trick-or-treating at the summit or a worldwide directive for all.
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