Black Friday insanity ramps up with multiple shootings, 2 deaths, and brawls across the country

It is the day after Thanksgiving and that means “Black Friday” shopping lunacy and boy do we have some doozies already this year.

As shoppers flood the stores in both the United Kingdom as well as the U.S.A., passions have ignited and tempers flared.

The worst of it so far has occurred in New Jersey, where two brothers were shot outside of a Macy’s store, one died and the other brother was wounded. Also in Reno Nevada, a man was shot and killed in a Wal-Mart parking lot over a road rage incident. Lastly, a man in Tennessee was shot and wounded at a mall in Memphis, the Daily Mail reported.

The New Jersey incident occurred at 1 AM on Friday at the Hamilton Mall in Mays Landing as shoppers prepared for the doors to open on a wide range of Black Friday sales.

In another case, shoppers at a Walmart in Bainbridge, Georgia were seen on video pushing and shoving to grab stacks of towels on that were sale.

Meanwhile, shoppers at a Houston Walmart got physical over a $99 12-Volt kiddie convertible car toy. One man even lost his pants during the altercation.

According to the Mail, “between 2006 and 2014, there have reportedly been seven deaths and 98 injuries during Black Friday shopping.”



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