Woman exiled by Walmart for drinking wine in a Pringles can while on an electric car in the parking lot
Once she clapped, she just could not stop! The woman is banned from Walmart after drinking wine from a Pringles bottle while she drives an electric cart around the parking lot at 6.30 am.
- Walmart employees in Wichita Falls, Texas, reported a woman who drank wine from the snack container and drove into the car early in the morning
- The woman reportedly drove on a kind of electric cart that was often used by shoppers with mobility problems
- The police arrived on the scene after 9:00 am in the morning, and found the woman in a restaurant near the store, informed her that she had been banned from the Walmart
Michael Nam for Dailymail.com
The Texas police responded in an unusual way to drink and drive, after Walmart staff had told a woman who drank a Pringles canned wine in an electrical shopping cart.
Employees at a Walmart Supercenter in Wichita Falls, Texas, asked the police to ban the woman because they reportedly drank 630 hours of wine from the cardboard packet on Friday morning and walked around for hours on the parking lot, according to the Times Record News.
The police arrived at the 2700 Central E Fwy location just after 9:00 am to check the suspect person.
They were told they had to look for a woman in a blue jacket and black trousers, according to agent Jeff Hughes, spokesperson for the Wichita Falls police.
The Walmart Supercenter in Wichita Falls, Texas, where a woman reportedly drank wine from a Pringles beer early in the morning while driving an electric car
The woman apparently had an electric car that was most frequently used by people with mobility problems, but had left by the time the authorities arrived.
The police found her in a nearby restaurant and told her she had been expelled from the Walmart store.
A standard Pringles potato chip cylinder is approximately 10 centimeters long and three centimeters wide, which creates a large container for an alcoholic beverage.
There was no indication from the police that the woman, whose name had not been released by the authorities, was arrested or accused.
A Pringles Original chips container, left, and a type of scooter used by people with physical limitations used in large stores such as Walmart (file images)