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KENTUCKY (WFIE) -

Video of workers at a Kentucky Walmart  intentionally dropping and throwing iPads is making its way around the Internet.

A Walmart spokesperson confirmed to WLEX in Lexington the video is real with this statement:  "We've seen the video of several night-shift associates destroying merchandise in the back of one of our stores in August and, as anyone can image, it made us wince. We are also embarrassed."

It then says "the associates involved no longer work for Walmart. Since this unfortunate incident, we haven't received any returns of this merchandise. We stand behind our merchandise and our associates work very hard to take proper care and handling of the products we put on our shelves."

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