A Jacksonville woman claims the employee responsible will lose their job after she says her daughter purchased a “value pack of pampers” full of empty iPad boxes in Richlands Walmart.
Melissa Thacker Rodgers of Jacksonville and her daughter was visiting the Richlands, North Carolina Walmart Tuesday, December 26, when her daughter purchased a “value pack of pampers,” and found what she says eight empty iPad boxes inside.
“Somebody had a nice Christmas, but they are losing their job,” Rodgers said in her Facebook post with the video and images of the returned item.
Rodgers said it was when they got back to their car to get a diaper out when they realized that it had empty iPad boxes in the diaper box.
“We got to the car and opened the box to get a diaper out and noticed IPad boxes in the diaper box,” Rodgers said.
According to Rodgers, those iPads were stolen but still showed in the Walmart system that they were still available for purchase.
Here’s Rodger’s Post Below: