It seems like the most “trendy” thing to do in supermarkets now is vandalising food products by taking a bite, licking them or destroying them before putting them back on the shelf. We’ve seen several cases all around the world where ordinary citizens are seen making fools of themselves by ruining food products and putting them back, which is illegal in some countries.
In a recent video clip posted on Twitter, three Indonesian girls are seen vandalising several packs of instant noodles from the brand Mi Sedaap and Indomie, two of the most popular instant noodle brands in Indonesia. The packs are piled up in a supermarket metal crate, and believed to be on sale.
One of the girls is holding the camera while the other two whack and punch the noodles, with one of them covering her face with an Indomie packet.
“Come on, hurry up,” said the girl behind the camera before crushing some packets herself.
“Take that, people who want to buy [the noodles],” she says as the three of them violently hit the packets with their fists and crush them in their hands.
The video seems to have been posted on one of the girl’s Instagram story, which was reposted by a Twitter user. His tweet soon went viral garnering about 13,000 retweets, and about 10,400 likes and 955,500 views at the time of writing.
He captioned it: “If you don’t want to buy [the noodles], you don’t have to crush them.”
It is unknown where the video was taken, but some netizens said they were able to find one of the girls’ Instagram accounts and have sent her messages urging her and her friends to apologise for what they did at the supermarket and to take responsibility for their actions.
Here’s the video:
kalo gamau beli gausah dirusak lah kampang pic.twitter.com/vvEQLQDWTg
— alhamdulilah (@masiidupp) July 21, 2019
This is becoming a serious issue among youngsters nowadays. Hopefully something is done to stop them from carrying out their childish plans at the supermarket.