That’s One Way To Hunt: Walmart Employee Tackles Deer That Ran Wild Inside Store
You can find just about anything you’d ever want inside a Walmart. They have groceries, alcohol, clothes, electronics, shampoo, medications, tires, guns, basketballs, lawn mowers, and the list goes on and on.
In addition to the wide array of products, you should also expect the unexpected when entering a Walmart. It’s basically a human zoo. If you walk inside a Walmart after ten at night, you’re seeing at least one hairy buttcheek, a crop top with an exposed beer belly (both male and female) and some lady on a motorized scooter yelling at everyone to get the “f**k out of her way.”
And sometimes, if you’re really lucky, you’ll see wildlife. A deer somehow slipped through the doors of a Walmart in Wisconsin recently. The incident happened in the town of Baraboo, which has a population of just over 12,000.
Apparently the deer got in through a back door and started running wild through the store. In a video shared on social media, you can see one brave worker tackle the deer and pin it to the ground.
While she struggled with the deer on the ground, her co-workers rushed to open the back door, where they released the deer without injury.
When a deer got loose inside a Wisconsin Walmart, one brave employee pinned it with her bare hands until coworkers could rush to open a back door. According to reports, the deer was then released outside safely. pic.twitter.com/a3rzY9wMkg— NowThis (@nowthisnews) June 30, 2021
I don’t know, man. Walmart don’t pay me enough to do all that. These people are probably making $10 an hour. I’m not about to risk an injury for $10 an hour.
Now Costco? I’d tackle a deer for Costco. They got that good healthcare plan. But Walmart? Nah. I’m good. I’ll be in the breakroom snacking on a Lunchable, call me when the coast is clear!