A Wal-Mart customer in Alabama found personal lubricant, rather than gun oil, displayed on the store's gun counter (video below).
Jaime Lee Bracey recorded a video of him shopping for lubricant for his weapon in Florence, Alabama in September, reports Global News. He comes across a bottle of Gun Oil at the store's gun section.
“So I’m at Wal-Mart and nobody’s here to help me,” Bracey says in the video. “I’m looking around I see this Gun Oil, and I’m like ‘Oh wow, it says its water-based lubricant for your gun.’"
Upon continuing to read the product's label, Bracey realized he was mistaken.
“Then I see the ‘Ginseng and guarana to promote blood flow,’ and I’m like, ‘What?’ For topical use, apply desired amount to genital areas. Boom!”
The video was posted onto his Facebook account, and has garnered more than 3 million views.
In August 2015, Wal-Mart announced the company will stop selling military-style semiautomatic rifles. The decision came the same day two Virginia journalists were murdered on live television by a gunman, according to CNN.