Get PETA on the horn, stat: Roger Waters' escaped porker has landed, and it ain't pretty.

The helium-filled bacon balloon had been MIA since floating away into the Southern California desert during the Pink Floyd mastermind's Sunday-night set at Coachella, prompting concert promoters to offer a reward for its return.

The shredded corpse of the creature, a staple of Floyd shows since 1977, was recovered by two couples at the Hideaway Golf Club in La Quinta, Calif., according to the Desert Sun of nearby Palm Springs.

Coachella officials positively ID'd the tattered porcine remains, and the couples will each get tickets for life to the alt-music festival and split a finder's fee of $10,000.

As for the fate of the punctured pig prop? As Porky might say, that's all, folks.

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