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Deer wanders into Walmart, finds floor too slippery

Steven Adams
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A young doe had some trouble walking after it strolled through the front door of a Walmart.

The deer on Wednesday entered the store in Wooster, Ohio’s North End but quickly found the tile floor too slippery to browse the aisles, reports the Daily Record.

Shopper Bert Moore shared video of the incident on Facebook.

“You could hear it kicking shelves as it went through the store,” Moore told the Daily Record.

Another bystander suggested Moore stop recording video and try to help the deer.

“You could tell it was going to hurt itself or somebody else,” Moore told the Daily Record.

Moore grabbed the tiring doe around the neck and held it still until others could help get the animal out the back door.

“It was pretty neat to see the deer get up and walk away and know it was unharmed,” Moore told the Daily Record. “That’s a good feeling.”

Steven Adams is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Steven at 412-380-5645 or [email protected].

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