Deer caught looking for deals at Minnesota Wal-Mart

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Shoppers in Wadena, Minnesota, were in for a surprise on Tuesday evening when a deer suddenly got the urge to do some shopping and wandered into a Walmart location.

Stephanie Koljonen, a witness said, "We were in the pet food aisle and hear what sounds like a shelf falling onto a woman, because a woman screamed who the deer had run into".

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However, Koljonen and police were quick to point out that neither the deer nor any of its human rescuers were hurt in the commotion. That's when Koljonen grabbed her camera.

She snapped a photo and posted it to Facebook that attracted the attention of thousands of people. "Authorities later responded and freed the deer." . The male Walmart shoppers look like Skid Row denizens, the females resemble contestants in a Trailer Park beauty contest, and the children look and act like Bebe's kids.

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She said the man gently wrestled the deer to the ground and covered its eyes to keep it calm. "I figured I was bigger than the deer so I'd win that wrestling match".

Deer don't normally shop at Walmart.

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