A video of a shelf collapsing in a liquor store recently went viral on the web.
It's not clear where the incident happened, but the time date on the video (below) is March 10, 2013.
While a worker, kneeling on the floor, carefully places bottles on the shelf, two female customers try to figure out what type of booze they want to purchase.
At the 52 second mark, it appears the worker has placed her final bottle, but that's when the entire shelf begins to collapse.
The worker and one of the female customers try to stop the oncoming disaster, but numerous bottles crash to the floor.
A similar incident happened in July of 2011, when 6.810 bottles of wine came crashing down at the Superior Discount Liquor store in Sheboygan, Wis. (video below).
“It was like I was watching it in slow motion. I didn’t know what to think, it was unbelievable,” the store owner’s son Peter Guske told ABC News.
“Wine was coming out the front door, it was coming out the back door,” added the store manager, Lori Gregoire.