Getting fired from your job is both humiliating and depressing. For some, it may be devastating and even traumatic under certain conditions.
In other words, it is an emotional situation that cannot be easily controlled. Therefore, it is important to get a grip and keep calm no matter how much hate one feels.
Unfortunately, not all people take firings the same way. While some remain calm and collected, many express their anger and frustration in the loudest way possible, much like 32-year-old Lacy Cordell Gentry.
The former Walmart employee vented his frustration at being fired by crashing a car through the store’s front door. Even after causing ‘considerable damage to the entrance, he went on to drive the vehicle around inside the store that is located on Thunder Road in Concord, North Carolina.
He stopped the car only after crashing into a huge display.
The 32-year old slammed his 2015 Volkswagen Passant into the store’s entrance before being arrested by the cops. He was charged with two counts of assault with a deadly weapon on a government official and breaking and entering.
Gentry planned his rampage after getting fired from his job. He returned to the store at about 6 AM the next day in his car and drove it straight to the entrance.
A release shared on Facebook by the City of Concord Police Department says that Gentry was still driving the car when the cops arrived at the store.
The post shared pictures of the damages inside the store and a mugshot of the man responsible.
“Lacy Cordell Gentry, 32 of Charlotte, has been charged with two felony counts of Assault with a Deadly Weapon on a Government Official, felony Breaking and Entering, two misdemeanor counts of Assault with a Deadly Weapon and other charges relating to property damage,” the post reads.