I think we now have a winner for the most ratchet coronavirus story ever, and it’s out of the Leicester Walmart.
Not sure what the most ratchet part about this. The fact that she attempted to hoard Lysol, the fact that she sprayed it in a manager’s face, or the fact that her getaway car was an Uber.
A lot of people are understandably asking questions like, “shouldn’t Uber have records?”, and “how the hell did she pay for her shit after spraying a chick wit Lysol?”
According to an employee who left a comment on the LPD Facebook page there is a perfectly reasonable explanation.
“Alright I’ma set people straight ok. She went through the transaction finished then she got in a(n) argument and sprayed my manager. They can’t find her cause they need a warrant to search Uber records.”
My only question is if she was buying more than she was allowed to purchase, and then why was she allowed to finish the transaction? Or was she only able to purchase a couple bottles?
Either way, this is the most ratchet thing I’ve ever seen and she needs to be brought to justice. I’m sure they will find out this ratchet’s name quickly, but in the meantime I’m hoping a turtle rider out there recognizes this coronacunt so we can name and shame her first. Send me an email at [email protected] or message Clarence Wood Emerson on Facebook if you recognize her. Something tells me that Uber went in the direction of Webster Square. Just a guess.
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