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Do you have a fear of the Easter bunny? Well, you might now.

In this wonderful image, we see the President of the United States Barack Obama getting photobombed by someone in an Easter bunny suit, and while it's obviously supposed to be fun and cheery and celebratory of the annual holiday, it's absolutely terrifying.

Maybe it's the fact that we can only see a fraction of it's face, or maybe it's the fact that the bunny is standing right behind POTUS in a manner that makes us wonder what he's up to, or maybe it's just that half-shut eyeball and weird fuzzball on it's head—but that bunny is up to no good.

The object of your nightmares Easter bunny was present for the annual White House Easter egg roll earlier today.

According to reports, Obama entertained his young audience with a reading from his childhood favorite, Maurice Sendak's Where the Wild Things Are, at the storytime stage, one of several outdoor stations at the event that offers much more than just coloring some eggs.

However, storytime was interrupted by a rude bee that began buzzing around the kids and freaking them out (understandably so). "Oh no, it's a bee!" Obama laughed, then quickly explained, "That's OK guys, bees are good. They won't land on you. They won't sting you."

Officials said more than 35,000 people took part in the 137th egg roll, an event that began when President Rutherford B. Hayes opened the White House grounds to local children for egg rolling in 1878.