Mulleted Marksman Protests OKC Skechers Store Facemask Policy

Yesterday afternoon, this video of a mulleted marksman zipping shoeboxes with stunning accuracy at an employee of an OKC Skechers store over its facemask policy made the rounds on social media. Check it out:

Wow. That was impressive! Based on her throwing technique, physique and hairstyle, I’d say there’s more than a 70% chance this Karen was the star pitcher on her rural Oklahoma high school fastpitch softball team in the 1990s!

Here are details of the incident via Channel 25:

The Skechers employee told police that the woman had entered the store without a face mask despite seeing the sign on the front door clearly stating that customers must wear masks.

According to a police report, the employee told the customer several times that she must put on a mask but the customer ignored her and continued shopping.

I know I’m not a paranoid conspiracy theorist whose mind’s been warped by misinformation, propaganda and the GOP’s anti-science agenda, but I don’t get the anti-facemask thing. Sure, they can be a bit annoying and uncomfortable, especially if you wear glasses and /or are one of those insecure conservative tough people who thinks it shows weakness or something, but if it helps prevent the spread of a very real virus, I’m all for it.

Here’s more:

Once the customer went to the counter the employee once again told her that she needed to put a mask on and suggested she go to Lowe’s, purchase a mask, and then come back to purchase her shoes.

The customer then became angry and threw two shoeboxes at the employee and left the store.

Police were able to identify the customer after the assault thanks to her leaving her wallet on the counter with her ID.

Word to the wise – if you go shopping, wear a facemask, especially if the store has a facemask policy. Also, if you throw shit at employees who are simply doing their job, make sure to grab your ID before you leave.


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13 Responses

  1. She looks like a cross between Jabba The Huttress, Mike Gundy and The Big Show from WWE. It doesn’t surprise me that she yeeted those shoe boxes at a person who was just doing their job.

    Poor woman. It’s already bad enough that she’s having to work at the Skechers Outlet. Here’s hoping she can be given sympathy and end up working at a respectable shoe store like Converse or Nike at the OKC Outlets.

    As for Female Butterbean, she should either fight in a toughman contest or backyard, Derplahoman Teabilly MMA.

    1. We need a modern-day Andy Kaufman to take on her in the ring. Patrick?

  2. Left her wallet behind?

    She might benefit from anger management classes, but you can’t fix stupid.


  4. I guess she is going to have to buy a mask and put it on in order to be able to go back into the store to get her ID back.

    1. Since the employee signed an assault citation against her, I’m guessing the police will gladly return the wallet to her when they go charge/arrest her.

  5. Al Bundy would have handled this whole situation better.

  6. “My right to be stupid enough to endanger your life and others Trumps your right to be smart enough to act responsibly.”

  7. Wait? What? You mean she throw the boxes over a mask? I figured it was because the outrageous price for lousy shoes. WWHLD? What Would Howie Long Do?

  8. It’s a good thing this wasn’t a phone video of this woman violating the rules of a no shirt no service establishment.

  9. So that’s where I left my wallet!

  10. SHE-Hulk BASH!

  11. Ah yes, payback is a bitch, ain’t it? These same people are the ones who rail about property rights, private property rights, keep off my land, etc etc etc. Then they try to ignore that the Sketcher store IS private property, not public property, and that Sketchers is completely within their rights to demand that you wear a mask before setting foot onto THEIR private property.

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