There’s A Disturbance In The Force
Superior Discount Liquor in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, was shut down for two days after an entire 3 level wall length shelf fell to the ground. That sent thousands of bottles of wine crashing to the ground. Two store employees were able to get out of the way of certain alcoholic death.
Most of the store ended up drenched in wine. That caused the business to be shut down for a few days while crews cleaned up the mess. The manager of the store says wines on the shelf ranged from $3.99 to $149.99.
The reason the shelf collapsed is a mystery, since the shelf had been used for over 30 years by other tenants of the building. Although the collapse happened back during the summer, employees only recently posted the security footage on YouTube.
The video is not for those who enjoy their wine (and for those who fear old school country music).