This woman flipped out after being asked to follow social distancing guidelines in an English supermarket. The customer broke several bottles of wine to show her dissatisfaction.
For several weeks now, anti-mask movements have been the talk of the town. Convinced that masks are useless in the fight against Covid-19, many become angry when they are asked to respect rules and regulations. Many fights or scenes of violence of this kind have recently made the headlines, such as a client in a Californian KFC who threatened to stab an employee. Now it is a customer in England who went crazy and trashed a Co-Op store in Surrey, and it's easy to say that things went quite wrong.
She smashed bottles of wine
The scene was captured by the store's video surveillance cameras. The footage dates from May but was only revealed recently by Metro. The employee who was present at the time of the incident retraced the events while remaining anonymous:
One day in May at the height of lockdown, a female customer became very agitated when we asked her to follow the store’s one way system. She got very angry and started shouting at me and my colleague who were serving customers from behind the protective till screen. She stormed up to the till screen and just flipped out, punching and kicking it before rushing over to the alcohol aisle where she started grabbing bottles of wine, sending them smashing them to the ground.
According to her, nearly two shelves of wine were destroyed. And the client didn't stop there. She then threw milk bottles and eggs around the store.