Walmart woke up this morning with a forest and everything else covered in black.
A Walmart employee, who spoke to ABC News by phone from his home in Florida, said he woke up and found the entrance to the wake forest sealed off by Walmart security.
Walmart says the forest is part of the retail complex at the Wal-Mart Supercenter in Florida.
The Walmart spokesperson says the company does not comment on any security measures in the wake of major events.
A Walmart spokesperson told ABC News, “We do not comment publicly on security matters.
We will continue to investigate this matter.”
Walmart woke up to an open-air forest and locked it off.
Walmart says the wake is not part of its retail complex, but the Walmart spokesperson tells ABC News it was a “closed space.”
WalMart said the forest was covered in debris, trash and other things.
Walton said he had been working in the forest for three weeks, but Walmart security was not responding to his calls for help.
Walter Walton, Jr., who owns Walmart, is a former Walmart CEO who was fired in 2015 after an internal investigation into allegations of sexual harassment and workplace discrimination.
Wal-Mart spokesman Aaron Boudreau told ABC affiliate WPTV that Walmart will keep doing its job.
“We’re not going to stop working.
Walmart is a family,” Boudsauer said.