A group of high school carolers went into a Klamath Falls Wal-Mart Super Center to spread some holiday cheer.
What ended up happening was the store manager told them over the intercom to leave and that she was calling the police.
“I’m just very upset that she interrupted their song and threatened these kids,” said mother Stacy Kerns, the mother who captured the video. “The manager was very rude and could have handled it a different way. I feel that so many people have lost the Christmas spirit. Someone in all of this said it was a distraction. One song: a Christmas song.”
The video was first posted on Facebook by Stacy Kerns, and in it, a large group of children can be seen gathering by the checkout lanes at a Walmart in Klamath Falls, Oregon. The group of children begins to break out into song, belting out Christmas carols and attempting to bring some holiday cheer to the shoppers.
Suddenly, the group begins to break up, and outraged parents can be heard explaining that the store manager told the group to leave and threatened to call “law enforcement.”