A Walmart customer’s revenge goes viral


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happy friday! Our top stories Today it’s about: One person take revenge at someone who hacked into their Walmart account and placed an order, a worker with a GIF to quit her job In the middle of a group chat, an exclusive report on how Gainesville police dogs hurt black people more than double the national rateand how Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene used emoji shirts to Fundraising out of their belief that mpox is a scam.

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‘I’ll send you a funny present’: Walmart customer gets revenge on person who hacked into her account and placed an order

After realizing their Walmart account was hacked by a strangerthis tiktoker decided she would get revenge by sending the mysterious person an unwanted surprise.


“She inserted this meme and left the damn group!”: The worker abruptly exits the workgroup chat

A worker then sparked a discussion Share an unusual way to quit a job: with a gif.


EXCLUSIVE: Gainesville police dogs have violently injured black people at more than double the statewide rate

The daily point received records reveal that the stark racial disparity seen in the city’s K-9 unitshighlighting how much more likely black victims are to be violently attacked by police dogs.


Marjorie Taylor Greene’s emoji t-shirts raise funds from her belief that the MPOX outbreak is a hoax

The congresswoman was referring to the disease, formerly known as monkey poxAs a ‘Fraud.’


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