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See How Black Friday Shoppers Totally Messed Up This Nike Outlet Store

The dark side of shopping's biggest day

Black Friday is universally acknowledged as the world’s biggest shopping day, but this year, a Nike eager shoppers created a terrifying disarray.

Photos of a store in Tulalip, Washington have gone viral after showing the horrendous mess that the store was left in by Black Friday shoppers, with shoes and shoeboxes strewn throughout the entire store’s floor.

Buzzfeed reports that a store employee told them that nearly 20,000 people passed through the store between 8 pm on Thursday, Thanksgiving night until 10 pm on Friday, while many customers took to social media to share pictures of the store being trashed by the chaos of Black Friday.

Survey the extent of the mess below.

It's like a zombie apocalypse. I feel bad for the people who need to clean this up. #BlackFriday #NikeOutletStore

A photo posted by Wannie Rodriguez (@wanniemation) on

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