TARGET SHOPPERS GET IN FIGHT WAITING IN LINE FOR VALENTINE'S DAY STANLEY CUPS
This latest Valentine’s Day drop—which included limited red and pink cups sold exclusively at Target and a pink cup sold in partnership with Starbucks—
caused so much verbal fighting outside a South Carolina Target Starbucks combo location that a manager had to come out to settle the dispute.
In the viral TikTok, there’s a line of people congregated outside of the store location, waiting for the doors to open at 8 a.m. But one man tried to ignore the order that had been established and made his way to the front.
The group at the front of the line said they’d been standing there since 3 a.m. and were not about to let someone cut them.
While the man was all up in one woman’s face, several other people were trying to reason with him as well.
The man insists that he doesn’t have to get to the back of the line because “there is no line.” He says because the other customers were congregated in a circle, there was no line for him to get behind.
The manager quickly got the rambunctious man to get back in his place in line and then handed out numbered tickets. There were 38 tickets corresponding to the 38 Stanley Cups in stock, and you couldn’t buy one without a ticket.
The viral video has more than 1.5 million views and over 14,000 comments as of Thursday morning.