NEWPORT, Ore. – A family in Oregon received an unwanted surprise for Easter.
“I was shocked. At first, I was like, I kind of laughed and was like, ‘Oh my gosh. I cannot believe this even came out of there,” said Christina Marie Hannahs.
A week before, Hannahs went to Walmart to buy an Easter present for her 18-month-old little girl.
She found an interactive toy that was half price, so she knew she had to get it.
When she opened it, she realized that pieces were missing and a few baggies of pot were inside the package.
“She ended up going for the box. And once she grabbed the box, the box rolled over and two more small bags fell out of it,” she said.
Aaron Mullins, a senior manager with Walmart Media Relations, told KATU, “At Walmart we are committed to providing our customers a safe and secure shopping environment. We are actively reviewing this matter and will work with the customer and local authorities to determine what happened.”