Artist Sells Pringles Wine Tumblers After Viral Story of Woman Banned From Walmart


COLDWATER, Miss. ‘ The story of a woman riding an electric shopping cart and drinking wine from a Pringles can at a Walmart has become an inspiration for an artist in Mississippi.

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The story went viral earlier this month after the woman was banned from a Wichita Falls Walmart. Police were called after she allegedly was drinking and riding the cart for hours. She was found at a nearby restaurant and told she wasn’t allowed back in the store.

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GRANDE PRAIRIE, Alberta – A 17-year-old delivered a pointed message to people inside a Canada Walmart before quitting his job.

The Edmonton Journal reported that’Jackson Racicot posted a video of himself speaking over the intercom of a Walmart in Grand Prairie, Alberta, addressing customers and co-workers. The profanity-laced video was posted on his Facebook page Dec. 6.

  • Publisher: WPXI
  • Date: 2018-12-16T22:27:50+00:00
  • Author: EndPlay
  • Twitter: @WPXI
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Teen seen clinging to back of moving transit bus

Just a prank or more? A video apparently recorded this week shows someone hanging onto the back of a Metrobus in Washington, D.C. as it drove through traffic.

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He said he was driving home Monday afternoon when he noticed the person hanging on the bus standing on the bus’ rear bumper. WRC reported.’

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‘ That’s one unconventional bus ride. Video captured by D.C. artist @RastaTahj shows a person clinging to the back of a @wmata bus on the X2 route. pic.twitter.com/kMOANFE16j

  • Publisher: WHBQ
  • Date: 2018-12-12T14:38:53+00:00
  • Author: EndPlay
  • Twitter: @FOX13Memphis
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Gathering Place open carry rules – KOKI FOX 23

Gathering Place officials said a few people were asked to leave the Gathering Place after they tried to carry guns in the park Saturday.

Tulsa police told FOX23’that two of the people were from the Oklahoma Gun Rights Group. When the people showed up, security asked them to take the guns out of the park and they didn’t. Police officers came and escorted them out of the park.

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Officials released a statement saying they want to ensure the Gathering Place is a safe place for Tulsans and guns are not allowed in the park.

“Over many years, we sought input from the Tulsa community on how to ensure Gathering Place is a safe, welcoming and inclusive environment for Tulsans and their families. The community responded emphatically that firearms at the park are not conducive to creating this kind of environment, which is why they are not permitted. Park security and the Tulsa Police Department are working together closely to ensure these rules are clearly communicated and consistently enforced.”

  • Publisher: KOKI
  • Date: 2018-10-19T21:52:59+00:00
  • Author: Chrishayla Smith
  • Twitter: @FOX23
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