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I'll Kill You!': Black Friday Chaos Rages With Violent Clashes Over Lingerie, a Police Taser and More

I'll Kill You!': Black Friday Chaos Rages With Violent Clashes Over Lingerie, a Police Taser and More

So out of control that police apparently had to use a Taser to calm him down.

With many stores opening early for Black Friday "door busters" sales, it's no surprise that chaos has already been unfolding at retailers across the nation — and the world.

Videos uploaded to social media over the past 24 hours show just how heated some of the scenarios turned, as customers battled it out for deals on coveted products like televisions, lingerie and tablets.

In one clip uploaded to YouTube, Walmart customers are seen throwing themselves on top of flatscreen TVs, with security officers — or police officers, as it's unclear which — desperately attempting to break up the chaos, as the Daily Mail reported.

Then there's another clip captured at a Walmart that shows additional scuffles unfolding over discount tablets:

Yet another scene from a Michigan City, Indiana, Walmart shows a man in wheelchair surrounded by mayhem as shoppers push and bump into one another:

Numerous videos have also emerged from the United Kingdom, where shoppers got a head start battling one another for discounts.

Consider that one woman reportedly broke her wrist in a battle over a TV. A series of Vine videos embedded by the Mirror promise to "make you want to stay indoors."

Here's one example, showing droves of of shoppers flooding into a Victoria's Secret:

 

In a separate scenario, one man at a Walmart became so infuriated after kids played a prank on him that he attempted to kick one of them and knocked a camera out of someone else's hands. At one point, it sounds like he yells, "I'll kill you!"

And, of course, Black Friday chaos wouldn't be complete without video of a man who was so out of control that police apparently had to use a Taser to calm him down:

In the U.S. and abroad, videos like these will no doubt continue to emerge throughout the day as shoppers put aside their turkey and trimmings and attempt to get the best deals possible in anticipation of the coming Christmas season.

Consider that Walmart had 22 million customers in its stores on Thursday — a staggering number that shows just how many people are braving the elements to save some cash.

"Throughout the day, we welcomed more than 22 million customers to our stores — that’s more than the number of people who visit Disneyland in an entire year — and our associates served them with pride," read a press release from the company. "During our big events, our cashiers had nearly every register open. And once again, we delivered safer, exciting events for our customers."

Stay tuned for more.

(H/T: Daily Mail)

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