• Fired Walmart employee throws tantrum in store

    By: Sarah Elsesser, Palm Beach Post


    FT. MYERS, Fla. - Video of a Florida woman is going viral after she threw a tantrum and created a mess at the Walmart where she was fired.

    The nearly two-minute cellphone video, captured by Austin Sawyer, shows an employee cursing loudly as she knocked over stacks of clothing and threw objects across the store.



    Sawyer shared the video on Facebook Tuesday with the caption, “Went to Walmart in Fort Myers today and this happened. Walmart employees need to chill.”

    “We are aware of the situation but cannot discuss specific personnel matters,” Walmart told WFXT.

    The woman, who told WFXT her name is Terica, was unjustly fired after working for Walmart for two months, she said.

    "I felt disrespected," she said Thursday. "I felt out of place. I felt like they were antagonizing me."

    Terica also apologized for her behavior captured in the video.

    "When I first saw the video, it kind of was embarrassing for me," she said.

    Terica will not face any charges and was barred from the store, according to WFXT.

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