Curiousity: Deer enters Walmart and is subdued by a worker

Video goes viral due to an unexpected event. Deer enters Walmart and is subdued by worker. It’s not the first time that a wildlife ...

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  • Video goes viral due to an unexpected event.
  • Deer enters Walmart and is subdued by worker.
  • It’s not the first time that a wildlife animal has entered an establishment.

What a surprise! Although it’s not the first time that a wildlife animal enters an establishment of this type, in a video that went viral on social networks, it can be seen that a deer enters Walmart and is subdued by a worker.

According to information from Action News, a Walmart worker was forced to attack and immobilize a deer that had entered this store located in Baraboo, Wisconsin, on June 23. In this way, he prevented her from running through the corridors.

Deer enters Walmart

Deer enters Walmart
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Although it is no longer seen in this video, which has more than a million views to date, it was revealed that other workers opened the back doors of the store so that the deer could get out. Neither the worker nor the animal suffered wound some.

For its part, the management of this Walmart store, located in Baraboo, Wisconsin, refused to comment on this. incident which fortunately did not become older thanks to the quick intervention of the worker (TO SEE THE VIDEO CLICK HERE).

They congratulate the worker who subdued the deer at Walmart

They congratulate the worker who subdued the deer at Walmart
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As mentioned above, it is not the first time that an animal of this type has entered an establishment, something that is demonstrated in this video, but when seeing the way in which a worker subjected a deer that entered a Walmart, the comments of users were not long in coming.

“It seems like the woman who fought the deer has some experience with calves and goats,” “The worker was like, ‘That’s it! The dollar stops here! ‘”,“ Walmart employee:’ I’m going to need to check your deer receipt, ‘”can be read in more comments.

Another deer had entered a grocery store in Wisconsin

Another deer had entered a grocery store in Wisconsin
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This same video shows the occasion when another deer entered a grocery store in Wisconsin “taking advantage” of the automatic doors. Unlike the animal that was subdued by a Walmart worker, here it was very different.

To the surprise of the customers who were in the establishment at that time, the deer calmly walked through several corridors without being caught, although a human fence was quickly organized so that it could leave the place.

Also in a school

Also in a school
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And as if it were a joke, although several children were scared of their lives, another deer was caught the moment he entered a school in Mississipi, although he did it in a very original way: slipping down one of the hallways.

Also here, unlike what happened in Wlamart, there was no one to stop the career of this animal, which was about to take several students from this campus on its trip. Why should these animals enter these places?

Mexicans angry at Walmart ask to boycott purchases

Mexicans angry at Walmart ask to boycott purchases
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Annoyed by the decision of the Walmart company to no longer hire 35,000 seniors who worked in its stores in Mexico as packers, on social networks the natives of Aztec land called not to consume products from the US supermarket chain.

Through the hashtag #YoNoComproEnWalmart, citizens expressed their dissatisfaction with the store and claimed that it did not support the elderly and only sought to obtain more profits. “Support for #YoNoComproEnWalmart stores” were some of the complaints from users.

Older adults will not return to work

Older adults will not return to work
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The coronavirus pandemic and changes in consumer habits jeopardize an old practice that allows the elderly to earn some money: that of putting groceries that people buy in supermarkets in bags.

People over 60 were expected to be able to resume that activity now that some restrictions are being lifted, but Walmart, the nation’s largest supermarket chain, said this week that it will not allow them to return, the AP agency reported.

They say people don’t want the merchandise to be touched

They say people don't want the merchandise to be touched
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He explained that the ban on the use of plastic bags and the pandemic make people do not want others to touch their groceries: “Derived precisely from the health contingency, we have observed that our clients seek to prevent third parties from having greater contact with the merchandise they buy. “Said the chain in a statement.

“In addition to this, in accordance with the applicable legislation, we have stopped providing single-use plastic bags, in support of caring for the environment, so our customers now carry their own reusable bags and have become accustomed to packing themselves. the merchandise purchased ”.

Packers manifest

Packers manifest
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Older people who bagged products have held some protest demonstrations in the last two weeks in front of grocery stores and municipal offices, displaying posters that say “We want to work!”, You can read in the messages that they have written on cardboard.

Some tell local media that this activity gives them meaning to their lives, structure, social contacts and the feeling that they are useful. The supermarket does not pay them for their work, but some customers give them tips. “It’s not fair,” María Guadalupe García told the Telediario news. “I have nothing else but this.”

“I need to work, because it is my emotional support”

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For her part, Mrs. Lourdes Cuca said: “I need to work, because it is my emotional support.” In some parts of Mexico adolescents are the ones who bag purchases, in others older people, within the framework of a program launched years ago by the National Institute for Older Adults.

Walmart said it had informed the Institute in December that the agreement would not be renewed. Baggers only found out in May, when the municipality of Mexico City relaxed the restrictions of the pandemic by reducing infections.

There are 35 thousand older adults who work as packers

There are 35 thousand older adults who work as packers
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Mexico City is not the only place where this happens. In early June, the northern state of Tamaulipas approved a resolution urging that only immunized older adults be allowed to bag groceries, “so that they have a little more money for themselves and their families.”

Fadlala Akabani, Mexico City’s secretary of economic development, said there are about 35,000 people bagging groceries throughout Mexico and about 4,400 in the capital. “Of the 4,400 packers that I had (in the capital), only 2,209 have tried to return,” Akabani said. “So we are relocating them to some stores.”

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