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May 30, 2022 View:

A citizen of the UK smashes a supermarket wine shelf due to discontent with anti-epidemic measures

According to The Times of London, the management of Co-op Food, a British supermarket chain, recently announced a vandalism incident that occurred in May this year. A British supermarket shopper was photographed smashing the shelves of a supermarket where wine was kept because he was unhappy with the anti-epidemic measures.

Photo courtesy of: Le Wine Guest

Surveillance shows that the woman walked past the cashier on that day, an employee of the store reminded her of the store"s one-way aisles as part of the New Coronavirus precautionary policy.

The woman then asked rhetorically: Seriously? and thumped the partition separating employees and shoppers with her hand.

After that, the woman began to pick up some items from the floor and threw them to the other side of the store, then walked straight to the wine cabinet and dropped the neatly arranged wine on the shelves directly to the ground, leaving a puddle of wine on the ground. It is reported that the woman smashed two shelves of wine in the store.

As she was leaving the store the woman even shouted: I did nothing wrong before! But now I have! While shouting and pounding on the railing again.

Jo Whitfield, chief executive officer of Co-op Foods, addressed the matter in a letter to the British Prime Minister. In the letter, she and other retail store representatives called for tougher penalties for those who violate current COVID-19 safety guidelines.

In her opinion, there have also been incidents of disobedience and even violence within the United States, with non-masked customers yelling at staff at supermarkets, Wal-Mart, and fast food restaurants such as KFC and Taco Bell.

Retailers in the UK also claim they have been coughed on, spat on, and even attacked by customers who were told to comply with their health and safety measures.