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Woman Pepper Sprays Crowd to Get Xbox GamesOn Thanksgiving Day, 2011, a woman at a Porter Ranch, CA Wal-Mart pepper sprayed the crowd surrounding an Xbox game display. Approximately 20 people were hit in the face and treated at the scene. None of the pepper spray attack victims required hospitalization and there is no word on whether the offending woman got the game she was after at the cost of others' well being.
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Man Collapses and Dies in Shopping FrenzyIn 2011, 61-year-old Walter Vance collapsed while shopping for Black Friday deals at a West Virginia Target store and went unnoticed by patrons of the store who walked around the fallen man, choosing instead to keep their eyes on the prize (a $4.97 copy of Jack and Jill on Blu-Ray). When shoppers finally ceased stepping over the man to carry on with their shopping, several nurses did come to the man's aid, but he later died in the hospital.
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Two People Shot Over Parking Spot FightTwo people were shot and wounded after a confrontation over a parking spot near a Tallahassee, FL Wal-Mart. The man and woman stumbled over to the store's garden center where they were discovered and hospitalized to treat their wounds.
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Do The Wave With Flat-Screen TV'sTypical Black Friday scene, which is ridiculous.
All these people are standing around with the carts and their overcoats. And then they all pounce onto a box and start tearing out flat-screen TV's. Check out the video to your left starting at 4:00. It's like being at a rock concert and giving the band the wave. Except this time, it's with flat-screen TV's and instead of a mosh pit, it's a bunch of people trying to move away while behind them, people keep tossing TV boxes above them over and over again.
And there's always some random guy filming it, as if he hopes he can get in on some action. The sad part is, he is filming it because he expects some kind of action to happen. That's how it goes if you want to a TV on Black Friday. Look at those Kevin James looking security guards too. Makes you feel safe, doesn't it?
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Plain-clothes security guardAmong the many risks of Black Friday shopping, after the infamous stampede to enter the store and the fighting for the last of the half-priced Xboxes, there still are the lines and the lines and the lines and, not to mention, of course, the lines. Patience is a virtue, but it never was for this man who in 2005 cut in line at an Orlando Wal-Mart in hopes to get a bargain priced laptop.
A plain-clothes security guard caught him and pinned him to the ground before hand-cuffing him.
This wasn’t as ridiculous, though, as how those laptops were distributed. Customers formed a line where employees would hand them out, and instead customers found that the laptop were being thrown at them 20 feet into the air and it was up to them to grab their own. The scene plays out like a violent game of three flies up, with laptops. It’s a miracle none broke.
As for the guy, security called the sheriff on him. But the sheriff himself fought with the security guard, because he mistook him for other customers. Makes sense. Whoever heard of a plain-clothes security guard being successful anyway?
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