Mary Alday, of Crawfordville Florida, was upset that Walmart employees would not accept a coupon she had found online and printed at home. Alday verbally assaulted the store manager, then rammed her with a shopping cart. The manager escorted her to the door and called the police. Alday went to her SUV, retrieved her Smith and Wesson .38-caliber revolver, and brandished it at the manager and other employees who were watching from the entrance of the store. Alday drove away, but was soon pulled over by police. When a sheriff’s deputy approached her vehicle, she told him she had a concealed carry permit, and that she would not allow him to take her gun away. She refused to get out of her SUV, and then reached for something in the passenger seat, so the deputy stunned her with his Taser and took her into custody.