Los Angeles, CA — Now that the turkey has settled, and because you couldn’t pay me to set foot in a retail store today, I figured I’d get a couple stories posted before slipping back into a food coma.
In what officials are calling “shopping rage,” an unidentified woman, trying to get her grubby paws on more sale items, sprayed as many as 20 other shoppers with pepper spray at the Walmart in Porter Ranch late Thursday night.
According to police Sgt. Jose Valle, store employees had brought out a crate of discounted Xbox 360s, and as the crowd waited for the unwrapping, the woman began spraying people “in order to get an advantage.”
Ten people were slightly injured by the pepper spray and 10 others suffered minor bumps and bruises in the chaos, Valle said. They were treated at the scene.
“People could have gotten trampled,” said Valle. “Good thing there were no small kids.”
The woman apparently used the spray tactic in other areas of the store as well, but no other injuries have been reported.…Continue Reading
APPLETON, Wis.— Last year, 23-year-old Mariah Pyatskowit became a minor Youtube celebrity after she was caught on cell phone video inside a Mernards losing her marbles.
It was during Black Friday and Pyatskowit decided she was not going to the back of the enormously long checkout line and decided to cut in the line near the front with a cart full of merchandise.
As you can imagine, this did not sit well with the people who had been waiting in the line for hours and they called her out on it.
After some verbal sparring, store employees were called over to handle the situation, and that’s when Pyatskowit throws an embarrassing tantrum and worked her crazy-ass into my black heart.
As you can see in the following video, Pyatskowit pushes all of her items off the cart she had them on, then begins screaming at everyone while being restrained.
“Are you happy now, are you happy now!?” screams a restrained Pyatskowit. My erection indicates the answer to that question is a definite ”yes.”
For her outburst, Pyatskowit was convicted of disorderly conduct Monday, sentenced to a year’s probation and ordered to perform 40 hours of community service. If she completes the terms of her probation, the conviction will magically disappear.…Continue Reading