Supermarket worker's shocking final act after being sacked

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A disgruntled worker has been filmed smashing dozens of bottles of wine in the supermarket that had just sacked her.

The supermarket reportedly fired employee Evelyn Roldan following an argument on Monday.

But after being told she was dismissed, the 25-year-old flew into a rage and headed straight to the wine aisle to take out her frustration.

Scores of bottles were smashed on the ground, turning it red with wine. Source: CEN/ Australscope
Scores of bottles were smashed on the ground, turning it red with wine. Source: CEN/ Australscope

Video footage shows her smashing dozens of bottles of red wine at the Apolo supermarket in Rafaela, Santa Fe, Argentina as she empties the shelves' contents onto the floor in a blind rage.

She ended up being detained in the warden's office after her spree.

She later told reporters she carried out the act "because of the injustices" she had allegedly suffered during her time working at the supermarket.

"Unfortunately, at that moment I was blinded by anger, having had to put up with mistreatment, challenges, neglect, and even smacks or insults so I would not lose the job," she said.

She claimed her dismissal was unjustified and that she was not even given an explanation for it - although she acknowledged her response was far from ideal.

"I was wrong, and I have paid, as the law decided, for all the damage I caused," she said.

"They leave you like this, without a penny, from one day to the next, without even giving you a reason, an explanation, even an apology.

"I was a good employee, respectful, always available, because from cleaning floors to cutting ham or working at the checkout, I did it with great enthusiasm.

"I want people who saw the video and gave their opinion without knowing the context to know that behind such a big nervous outbreak there are many things at play."

- Australscope/ CEN

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