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Hey, they pulled off turning San Francisco into Gotham City for Batkid.
But even though the world watched, mostly from afar, there weren't one million people crowded into the city all at once, which is the number expected to hit the streets on Friday.
Still, who says the City by the Bay can't pull off a Giants World Series Victory Parade followed by some rambunctious Halloween festivities?
That's what the mayor, the police department and the nearly 850,000 residents of San Francisco, plus their guests, are facing with at least two back-to-back major galas.
It means no officers get the day off. And that the Castro Street Halloween party is no longer an official party.
"Discretionary time off was already cancelled due to Halloween," Police Department Spokesman Gordon Shyy said. "Obviously that stays in effect as we will need to staff for a parade now."
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