Complaint / review text:
I shop reguarly at my local Walmart. I am so tired of seeing people (Women, girls) shopping in their pajama pants and sometimes their slippers. I find it offensive that someone can't find the respect for themselves or the general public to get dressed to go out in public. Tonight I passed two teen girls and a young man. The girls were dressed in what obviously were pajama pants. I causally said out loud " nice pajamas". As a result they followed me and proceeded to harass me. The young man was especially aggressive. He went so far as to walk passed me and yank my purse that was on my shoulder. I tried to defuse the situation by telling them, to just move on. They contiued to stay in the area where I was trying to shop and verbally harass me. I did notice store employees did come to the area and try to manage the situation. At the same time the "parent" figure came around and said "they're kids", etc. However these were large, teenage, unsupervised people. The young man in the group threatned, "you better watch out when you go out to your car". So I ended my shopping trip without my purchases. I am a 56 yr. Old RN and a respectable member of my community. I don't know just what this will accomplish, however I think I will shop at K-Mart until I see others in their sleeping clothes. I know there is a "No shirt, no shoes, no service" rule in some businesses. I guess if Walmart has a "no Pajama Pants, no entrance" rule, that would drastically reduce customer flow.