A crackpipe was distributed in one Colorado Grocery bags have been ordered from Mom Walmart.
A crackpipe you’d think the last thing would end up in a grocery bag. It happened to a mother in Denver, Colorado, who opened the Walmart grocery bag to see the drug in front of her 3-year-old daughter.
Groceries were provided by a third party service using Walmart. The company has not yet identified the delivery service that was responsible. However, the agency said the service was deactivated after an investigation.
Fox 31 Denver reports that the mother, Tessia Britt, found the pipe next to a container of pineapple juice. Her first instinct was to call her husband.
“I said, ‘It’s a cracked pipe in the bag, and she looked up and she thought,’ Yeah, it’s really, you’re not crazy, ‘” Britt said. When you deliver groceries, you don’t have to worry that you can’t even help your kids anymore, because you never know what you’ll get in this bag. “
“We strive to provide every customer with a positive delivery experience,” Walmart said in a statement. “Although unusual, we take customer complaints very seriously. Upon learning of what has happened, we immediately disable the third party driver and encourage any customer to reach out to Customer Care if they encounter anything unsatisfactory. ”