A woman from Coral Springs, Florida says she cut herself on a razor blade embedded in the handle of a shopping cart at Walmart. The incident happened Sunday at 3800 block of Turtle Creek Drive.
Faith Ferels stated that she did not notice the razor blade was there when she first grabbed the cart. While in the store and looking for juice, she grabbed the cart's handle and touched the razor blade.
"Then when I saw it, I said, 'This can't be real,'" Ferels said "Why else would there be a blade on a handlebar if not to purposely cause damage to someone (or) something?"
Ferels says she went to customer service where they took a picture of the cart and gave her a bandage.
"They didn't take it serious," Ferels said. "I thought, you know, there's always a cop car outside of there, that they would have called a police officer, security, someone to look and try to find how it happened."
Walmart said it is investigating the incident and is regularly inspecting carts at the location in Coral Springs.
"It's disturbing that someone would purposely try to injure a customer or associate," Casey Staheli, a spokesman for Walmart, said in a statement to local news. "We take this matter seriously."
Did Buzz Aldrin really just say he never went to the moon?!?
In the clip, captured during the 2015 National Book Fest at the Walter E. Washington Convention Centre, it shows the Aldrin speaking to a young girl. She asks him, "Why has nobody been to the moon in such a long time?"
And Buzz replied: "That’s not an eight-year-old’s question – that’s my question. I want to know, but I think I know – because we didn’t go there – that’s the way it happened."
"And if it didn’t happen it’s nice to know why it didn’t happen so in the future if we want to keep doing something we need to know why something stopped in the past if we want to keep it going."
Check out the clip below!
In Florida, the "Stand Your Ground Law" protects people from criminal charges when they are acting in self-defense. Michael Drejka, 47, fatally shot Markeis McGlockton, 28, in the chest, during an argument over a disabled parking spot earlier this week and because of the law, he will not be charged.
At a press conference on Friday, Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri revealed that Drejka’s actions were “within the bookends of stand your ground and within the bookends of force being justified,” reported The Tampa Bay Times. “I’m not saying I agree with it, but I don’t make that call,” he said, before announcing that the State Attorney’s Office will make the final decision on the case.
McGlockton was a father of 3 and his wife and children were present.
Watch the surveillance video below!
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