Walmart Customer Filmed Dead Body And Posted It To Facebook

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Well, if there was ever a time to wonder if social media goes too far, now is one of them. Walmart customer Wendy Russel Macrorie was sitting in a Walmart parking lot in Kansas and started filming what appears to be a dead body.

In her video, Macrorie warns against visiting Walmart and posted it on Facebook. It was later removed.

“So this is interesting. I am at Walmart, which I hate going to, and this is happening in front of my car,” Macrorie said in the video.

“Apparently right in front of my car two men have been shot. I was inside buying some lightbulbs and stuff — an inner tube for my son for his bike, and everybody was telling everybody not to go outside,” she said. ” So you be careful when you’re going to Walmart. This is really scary and insane and grotesque, and I am freaked out.”

At the end of the video, Macrorie said, “Gross, gross — don’t come to Walmart!”

So what is the story behind her video? According to NBC News and police spokesman Dan Tennis, a woman was placing her infant in a car seat in the store’s parking lot when two suspects struck her in the back of the head with an unspecified object.

A good Samaritan was shot repeatedly after trying to help her and a second good Samaritan then intervened, shooting and killing one of the suspects.

“The second suspect fled and was apprehended by a K-9 team near the store, Tennis said.

Both victims remained hospitalized in critical condition.

While the video has been removed, this screenshot shows Macrorie smiling as she derails people from visiting the Walmart store.