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(VIDEO) CVS Employees Call The Cops On A Black Woman Trying To Buy Adult Diapers With A Coupon

By nadine / jeudi 19 juillet 2018 05:30
So much FML, where do we even begin? The plight of the African American people? The fact that this lady was buying adult diapers, or the fact that that is now open information? FML, FML, FML.

Camilla Hudson was attempting to buy adult diapers at CVS when the store manager in their Chicago location decided to call the cops on her for using what he thought was a fraudulent coupon.

"I stopped in to make a purchase using a coupon mailed to me by the product manufacturer, as replacement for problematic/defective product. The manager on duty said that he’d never seen a coupon like the one I had and said that he thought it was fraudulent." Hudson wrote on her Facebook.

Hudson elaborates in her Facebook post that when she asked for the manager's name and information, both he and the man who had previously been assisting her became agitated and allegedly began slamming doors in her face. 

According to USA Today, the 2 CVS employees involved in the incident have been fired.The full video can be seen below:

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By  RichardPencil  |  25

I’m not sure what makes me feel worse — that the store management uses the cops to oppress black people or to bring press attention to adult diaper shoppers.

I think we ought to march on the store wearing nothing but adult diapers!!!

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By  RichardPencil  |  25

I’m not sure what makes me feel worse — that the store management uses the cops to oppress black people or to bring press attention to adult diaper shoppers.

I think we ought to march on the store wearing nothing but adult diapers!!!

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  Nadine  |  20

Hahaha... I feel bad about that too, but to be fair she posted it on her Facebook and meant for it to go viral.

By  DragonMaiden7  |  13

This got old the first time the something like this happened. When white people do this (and yes, every SINGLE time it has happened, it’s been a white person) do they think they’re going to come out looking good? These horrible people are an example of the times we live in, that they think being openly racist in America is okay and should be tolerated, and it’s a shame that we don’t have enough people or a government in the States pushing back against that.

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  Nadine  |  20

Unfortunately, they have a much stronger platform to stand on these days. Which is why I believe it's happening so much more often.

By  lkb307  |  20

PEOPLE!!!
This happened in Chicago.
I'm willing to bet she wasn't the only
black person they did business with that day.
It was a mistake. Are you perfect.
Why does everything have to be racial.
White,Black,Brown,Red, Yellow,or Chartruse with purple polkadots.
NONE OF US ARE PERFECT!

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  Mal2003  |  15

Thank you! I'm sick and tired of people saying everything is racist. Sure, this could be racism, or it could be that the manager wasn't aware that those specific coupons were in circulation. People shouldn't blindly say "that's racist" to everything that inconveniences a black person.

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  karmicqueene  |  16

Having worked in retail I can safely bet that there's no markup on EARTH that could justify calling the cops on someone over diapers- adult or otherwise. Or over a fraudulent coupon for said diapers. Even a manager would probably smack you on the back of the hand and say 'that isn't a real coupon'. Whether it was racial or not, it was an absolute overreaction.

By  Kimberly Parker  |  5

That guy was shaking like a Chihuahua. What was he so afraid of? Did he really think this woman was going to attack him over adult diapers? But my favorite part was when she said "black is not a bad word". You go girl!!!

By  Taurus_ChicKa  |  31

That guy is tripping out the way he's shaking that phone. God, people are such assholes anymore. It's bad enough the poor woman has to buy adult diapers to begin with. If the coupon was fake, I'm sure it wouldn't have gone through the system. Just scan it and shut up. Let corporate decide if it's fake or not.

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