Winkler, Manitoba
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I am a teenage girl and tonight me and two of my friends went into Walmart in Winkler Manitoba waering masks just as a joke. We walked around the store getting great reactions from everyone who saw us.

As we were about to leave a lady who wasn't in uniform nor did she have a nametag asked us to *** our masks because it wasn't allowed in the store. We said ok and kept walking as we were leaving the store anyways.

When we turned to walk away from her she grabbed (manhandled) my friend's arm and turned her around and told her to take it off NOW. The lady looked around 40 and had short blond hair. She wore a black blazer with a white frilly top and black slacks.

When we got home we called the store to make a complaint and the lady who had stopped us answered the phone, as she was the manager, and told us we were wrong and she was quite rude.

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Anonymous
#378656

The real problem here is simple, there are ALWAYS consequences for your actions.They were very aware what walking around in masks would cause a stir.

The manager might have been rough, (in your opinion,) by the way,(which probably also is, they shouldn't have done anything to you at all..), I would be willing to bet the kids side of any conversations was,(how shall I put it?), less than respectful. Bottom line ... it was a *** prank that went bad. Grow up and face the consequences of your actions!

It's all about accountability.

If you don't want a lecture, learn from your mistakes!Next time you consider something so ***, stop and think about the possible consequences!

cohena2
#373851

Do the world a favor and go play in traffic. Just one less mouth for the world to support.

Anonymous
#372139

grow up! managers do not have to ware "uniforms" and im sure you would have seen her name badge if you had not been wearing a mask. i agree with your parents and wish more took action like they did.

Anonymous
#369949

Shut up RETARDED THRILL SEEKER!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :grin :grin :grin :grin :grin :grin :grin :grin :grin :grin :grin :grin :grin :grin :grin :grin :grin :grin :grin ...

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Anonymous
#369910

What you need to do is to email their corporate office.Yes you should not have been wearing them in the store as they may have thought you intended to rob it or something but she should not have did what she did.When you email their corporate office you should tell them you know what you did was perhaps not acceptable but that you were on your way out the door as she did this.You should also tell them that when you were in the store she did not identify herself as an employee and that she had no business putting her hands on you.I do not know your age but if you are under 18 you could also use that to your advantage.You could also have your parents email them.You should go to www.walmart.com when you get there go to the bottom of the screen and click on "contact us".Then look over to the left of the screen where it says related links and click on contact walmart stores.At the top on the left you should see customer service click on it and it will take you to a place where you can tell them about your experience.If you want real results leave a cell number where they can call you and be prepared to admit what you did maybe was not right but explain that she as a store employee should not put her hands on you especially since she did not even identify herself.

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