The expression on the big head's face cracks me up in this context. According to Wikipedia, "The person dressed as cabezudo will use one hand to hold his head, while the other hand carries a whip or pig bladder, used to frighten children or young women. Seeing through the 'mouth' of the head, he will chase after these people, though he might pause to calm a frightened child."
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A man carries a "cabezudo" (big head) during a traditional medieval market on a street in Ronda, southern Spain, on Dec. 3.