The above video was taken at a Walmart in Johnson City, Tenn., according to Instagram user jcooper770. Such instances weren't limited to a single Walmart store, according to various Internet users:
— Jamie Coogan (@j_coogs18) November 29, 2013
Lmao there's a fight at Walmart
— ✨Birthday Boy✨ (@OG_Jaay) November 29, 2013
Lol at the people at Wal-Mart that got in a fight over a toaster😂😂😭😭
— Andres Perez (@andreslobo96) November 29, 2013
— Yanira❤ (@_latinabarbie) November 29, 2013
Walmart was live. Seen people fight over towels lmao
— E-Na$ty (@EssenceLaray) November 29, 2013
NEVER will I go to Walmart black Friday again I got stuck in the middle of a fight over a stupid tablet 🙈🙈😭 if you wanna see crazy go there
— courtneylexis (@CourtneyCrigler) November 29, 2013
Thank god we got out asap from walmart because too many people were starting to fight -.-
— Myranda. (@myrandanikole) November 29, 2013
Witnessed a fight at walmart over a $29 tablet.....
— Amanda Sanchez (@Amanda__Sanchez) November 29, 2013
— Jason Murray (@Murray49J) November 29, 2013
FIGHT AT WALMART
— Kenzie Lind (@thekenzielind) November 29, 2013
Report of a fight at Walmart in the garden center on Morgantown Rd.
— joeimel (@joeimel) November 29, 2013
I have never felt more shame for humanity than I do right now watching people in Walmart fight over a tv, Alabama bookbag & a $14 blender
— Zach Colley (@zachcolley1) November 29, 2013
I almost got ina fight in walmart 😂
— flowerChild. (@loveePistol) November 29, 2013
There was a fight at walmart
— Tavar. (@IceTFlyAirs) November 29, 2013
So I was just in Walmart and there was a fight over a tv...
— ⭐ (@allicat521) November 29, 2013
I heard it was fight in Wal MArt over 2k14
— EYES ON HIGH (@jmann_07) November 29, 2013
Seen the first fight of the night 😂 only at Walmart
— Sammantha (@Samm_Nani) November 29, 2013
Watching these ppl fight over laptops in Walmart was sad #Mericuh
— Kamal (@Kamal561) November 29, 2013
Walmart is like a war zone.. Fight to the death to get the shit you want
— Ałex Reyes (@Alex_Reyes32) November 29, 2013
Walmart spokesperson Brooke Buchanan told The Huffington Post such incidents don't accurately depict what she describes as a successful Black Friday for the retailer.
"We've got great feedback from customers and associates across the country," Buchanan told The Huffington Post. "A few tweets aren't representative of what's actually happening at 4,600 stores."
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