Walgreens Workers Print Perfume Pictures Out to Prevent Theft

 Clara Wang


Published Feb 12, 2022   Updated Feb 12, 2022, 4:13 pm CST

A viral TikTok reveals two Walgreens workers going above and past to create a fragrance show after current thefts at close by shops.

Claudia Lorraine Fiorello (@claudialorrainefiorello) is a Walgreens worker and TikTok content material creator with 87,900 followers on her TikTok account. Due to a current collection of perfume thefts in her space, her retailer emptied the show case and began retaining perfumes within the again.

She and a fellow Walgreens worker determined to take initiative and print out footage of fragrance bottles to fill the show case. Her video exhibiting them organising the paper fragrance bottles went viral, garnering over 546,800 views since yesterday.

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“All of our perfumes stored getting stolen so we had to put them within the again. So Ashley and I actually Googled every picture and we’re chopping it out,” says Fiorello. “That’s dedication.”

Viewers can see Fiorello and Ashley chopping out photos of every perfume and propping them up to make the show. Her supervisor appeared to be happy with their efforts, and complimented them on the way it seemed.

“That appears to be like fairly doggone good,” says her boss after seeing the show. Fiorella later posted a video of the ultimate product.

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Fiorello clarified how folks have been stealing perfumes from neighboring shops’ locked show circumstances in a follow-up video.

“Basically somebody stole the important thing [to the display] from one other retailer,” she says. “All of them have the identical lock in order that they’ve been going round stealing [fragrances].”

Many of the commenters agreed it was a artistic thought.

“Wait that is truly genius,” says @daogplug.

“People are visible, I hope company sees your genius,” says @daarklaabs.

Others complimented them on their work.

“Paid by the hour. Take your time,” says @capitalisntism.

“Y’all make me miss working at Walgreens, me and my coworkers have been so shut. Like household,” says @kaitlynmariecolli.

The Daily Dot reached out to Fiorello and Walgreens by way of TikTok message and e mail.

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*First Published: Feb 12, 2022, 4:12 pm CST

Clara Wang

Clara is a full-time digital nomad writing about tradition, meals, and music. Her work has been featured in publications reminiscent of Refinery29, BuzzFeed, the Daily Dot, the Austin Chronicle, USA Today, and NiceKicks. She goals to be faster on her ft than Borat’s attorneys.


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