America's favorite pastime isn't baseball — it's shopping at Walmart. And you know our country is in real trouble when people can't do even that peacefully. Take, for example, Sandra McClung: this great-grandmother from Atlanta, Georgia was minding her own business shopping in the bread aisle when she found herself victimized by another customer that left her with two black eyes.
“I thought I was safe. I was in Walmart. There had to be something wrong with her because you just don’t do that," said the 75-year-old McClung to WALB News.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Sandra accidentally bumped into another shopper while riding in a mobility scooter. The accident escalated into a verbal argument, which escalated even further into a physical altercation with the stranger attacking McClung. “She starts socking me as hard as she could in the face, which you can tell by my face that it was pretty hard,” McClung continued.
“I had my glasses on and she just kept socking me in the glasses, and then she socked me in my mouth because my mouth is real sore," she added to WSB-TV. “I kept screaming, ‘Help!’ Nobody came.”
Security eventually did arrive at the scene. After the fight was broken up McClung was startled to find her assailant's phone had fallen into her shopping cart, leading to the attacker being identified as Alexa Venderburg.
Vanderburg could soon face assault and battery charges following the unexpected pop-off.
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