EUGENE, Ore. — Two Junction City sisters are asking an Eugene Walmart for an apology.
The women say they were thrown out because of what one sister was wearing.
It all happened at the Super Walmart on West 11th Sunday.
Sandy McMillin and her sister thought it was going to be a typical stop, but it wasn’t and ended with them being kicked out.
“I was horrified in that they’re throwing me out of the store, for wearing this. I was like, ‘Hello!'” said McMillin.
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Police say a Hutchinson couple was hot and bothered at the local Walmart, and it wasn’t because of the heat wave hitting Kansas.
The couple is facing charges of lewd and lascivious behavior and theft after they reportedly stole K-Y Jelly from Walmart and started to engage in sexual activity – groping each other under their clothing – in front of other shoppers, Hutchinson police reported.
Julian R. Call, 22, and Tina F. Gianakon, 35, were arrested at 6:54 p.m. Sunday at Walmart, 1905 E. 17th Ave. in Hutchinson. They both posted bond to be released from the Reno County jail and have five days to appear in court.
My husband and I went to Wal-Mart, this has been a while back. My mission was to buy the perfect toy for our puppy. I meticulously picked out a toy, as I tossed it in the air, feeling the texture and testing the durability, it fell to the floor and rolled under the display. Sadly, there was not a toy like it to be found on the rack so my only option was to retrieve my prize from beneath the display. As I blindly swept my hand, it stuck to something….a sticky trap with a dead rat, not a mouse. The spiders and bugs I did not mind, but with a rotten rat stuck to my hand I could not help but scream! My husband rescued me but it seemed as though it took us an hour to get it off!
LEWISTON, Maine (CNN) – A father in Maine says his son’s birthday party was ruined by his local Wal-mart bakery after they found a knife inside his son’s cake.
“It’s not supposed to happen you know?” Nathan Bibeau, father who discovered the knife, says.
Four pieces into the cake, Bibeau says they found a paring knife inside his son’s cake.
“It definitely put a damper with a lot of things, and I’m pretty disappointed with Wal-Mart,” Bibeau says.
They stopped the party and called Wal-Mart right away.
“People started leaving and the family was pretty upset,” Bibeau says.
Bibeau says he bought the cake in Auburn. The Wal-Mart spokeswoman says the store is taking immediate action to make sure this doesn’t happen to any other customers. The spokeswoman also says Wal-Mart is eliminating the use of that particular knife in bakeries across the country.
The spokeswoman went on to say, “This should not have happened. We’re thankful no one was hurt and sincerely apologize to our customers for their experience. We are reaching out to the family to resolve this.”
Bibeau says Wal-Mart offered a refund and called, asking how to make this better. He says, that’s still not enough.
“We’re not ever going to get that second birthday back ever, you know?” Bibeau says.
He says he has contacted a lawyer and is considering legal action against Wal-Mart.
“Things happen, of course, but if someone is able to make a mistake like that, they shouldn’t have hired them. I’m not going to hold a grudge. I’ll still shop at Wal-Mart,” Bibeau says.