Arizona woman destroys Target face mask display in viral meltdown
PHOENIX — An Arizona woman gained internet fame Sunday for all the wrong reasons.
According to a Newsweek report, the viral incident was ignited by a woman allegedly filming herself in a Scottsdale-area Target as she engaged in a profanity-laced tirade while destroying a face mask display.
In the initial video, which has been viewed more than 4 million times on Twitter (warning: profane content) the woman can be heard saying “Finally we meet the end of the road” as she approaches the mask display.
While tearing down masks, she added she is done “playing games,” and “this [expletive] is over.”
“We don’t want any of this anymore … This is over,” she added.
After she was approached by two store employees and asked to stop, the woman asked: “Why? You let everyone else do it. I can’t do it because I’m a blonde white woman?”
She also mentioned she wears a $40,000 Rolex watch.
Later in the day, another video made the rounds on Reddit and social media — allegedly of police arresting her at home.
While being approached by police, the woman claimed to be a spokesperson for both the White House and a conspiracy theory group called QAnon.
She told the officers to call President Donald Trump, claiming she talks to him “all the time.”
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