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Shocking moment Argentinian supermarket worker destroys HUNDREDS of bottles of wine

Cleaning up in aisle whine! Shocking moment Argentine supermarket worker destroys HUNDREDS of bottles of wine after she burst into ‘blind rage’ over her firing

  • Evelin Roldán has been taken into custody by authorities in Argentina’s Santa Fé province after destroying dozens of bottles of wine after she was fired on Monday.
  • The 25-year-old showed up for work at the Apolo supermarket but was told she no longer worked at the company
  • Surveillance footage shows her walking through the supermarket and smashing wine bottles on the floor
  • Roldán released a statement saying she accepted what she was doing was wrong, but defended herself by saying she was angry at being fired.

A woman who admitted she “barely contained her anger” when she was fired was caught on surveillance cameras smashing hundreds of bottles of wine in an Argentine supermarket.

Evelin Roldán was fired from her job at the Polo supermarket in Rafaela, Argentina, on Monday.

The 25-year-old had an argument with the shop owners, which became so heated that they called the police. Roldán then cleared several shelves of wine and threw the bottles across the island floor.

She was later arrested.

Evelin Roldán admitted she lost her temper and threw dozens of wine bottles on the floor after she was fired from the supermarket where she worked in Santa Fé, Argentina, on Monday morning.  She released a statement stating that her actions were the cause of the abuse her bosses had suffered

Evelin Roldán admitted she lost her temper and threw dozens of wine bottles on the floor after she was fired from the supermarket where she worked in Santa Fé, Argentina, on Monday morning. She released a statement stating that her actions were the cause of the abuse her bosses had suffered

Dozens of wine bottles were scattered around the Apolo supermarket in Santa Fé, Argentina, after Evelin Roldán was fired by the owners on Tuesday.  The 25-year-old woman was caught on camera taking the bottles off the shelves and throwing them on the floor

Dozens of wine bottles were scattered around the Apolo supermarket in Santa Fé, Argentina, after Evelin Roldán was fired by the owners on Tuesday. The 25-year-old woman was caught on camera taking the bottles off the shelves and throwing them on the floor

Roldán defended her actions of being in a ‘state of rage’, claiming that the video – which is only eight seconds long – did not reveal everything, according to a statement obtained by local media.

“I hope to have a place to tell the other side of the conflict, as they did when they sent videos and incomplete information and pretended to be totally unaware of what happened,” she wrote.

Roldán said she lost her temper and destroyed the supermarket because of the cruel treatment her old bosses had received while on the job.

She said she was “blinded by anger, anger at the injustice I experienced inside, the abuse, the challenges, the knocking and even ‘accepting blows’ or insults,” for fear of not losing her job.

Roldán added that one of the owners who hired her “fired her without justification, ignored me and drove me away from the place without wanting to give me at least one reason.” †

An employee identified as Evelin Roldán admitted she lost her temper and broke dozens of wine bottles after being fired for no reason by the owners of Apolo Supermarket on Monday.

An employee identified as Evelin Roldán admitted she lost her temper and broke dozens of wine bottles after being fired for no reason by the owners of Apolo Supermarket on Monday.

Evelin Roldan released a statement defending her actions for cruelly treating her old bosses on the job.

Evelin Roldan released a statement defending her actions for cruelly treating her old bosses on the job.

She went on to admit that she had clearly done ‘wrong’,” she added: “I was a good employee, respectful, always available, because from cleaning floors to cutting meats or serving a box, I did it with great enthusiasm.’

Roldán has vowed to take action against her employers through legal channels.

“Sometimes you don’t see injustice on the other side, and all those things were playing against me when I responded,” she said.

“For now, I wanted the people who saw the video and gave their opinion without knowing that there are many things behind such a major nervous breakdown.”

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