A desire to live a clean life went horribly awry in the bleach and disinfectant aisle of a Maryland Walmart this weekend.
Nineteen people received medical treatment at hospitals, including three store employees, after two women got into an argument and began slinging toxic liquids. One person sustained a serious eye injury.
The store in Baltimore County had to be evacuated Saturday due to toxic fumes, ABC News reports.
Facing charges of first-degree assault, second-degree assault, theft under $100 and malicious destruction of property is Theresa Monique Jefferson, 33. I assume the theft charge comes from wasting gallons of Clorox Stain Fighter With Color Booster.
She’s being held on a whopping $350,000 bond.
The Associated Press reports Jefferson followed her victim — a woman who is currently the girlfriend of the father of Jefferson’s child — into the store and initiated the attack.
Walmart, in a press release, said it can’t believe people that shop in their stores would act this way.
PR cleanup on aisle 5!