Walmart worker restrained deer in Wisconsin store, wildlife agency chimes in: 'Hopefully all unharmed'

The incident reportedly occurred in the city of Baraboo on June 23, according to Rebecca Pickel – the passerby who recorded the employee holding down the belting mammal.

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Pickel told Storyful, a social media intelligence agency, that the deer was stopped by the employee who had stopped the deer from getting further into the store and it was ushered out a back exit by other staff.

Representatives at Walmart U.S. did not respond to Fox News’ request about the incident.

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Although the worker’s quick thinking prevented the deer from damaging property, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources tells Fox News that people should not repeat the actions shown in the viral clip.

A deer entered a Walmart in Wisconsin and got restrained by one of the store’s workers, a viral first-hand video shows. The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources tells Fox News that people should not repeat the actions shown in the viral clip. (Rebecca Pickel via Storyful)

A deer entered a Walmart in Wisconsin and got restrained by one of the store’s workers, a viral first-hand video shows. The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources tells Fox News that people should not repeat the actions shown in the viral clip. (Rebecca Pickel via Storyful)

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