6,810 bottles of the world’s finest wine and champagne crashed on the floor at Superior Discount Liquors in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.
The 78 feet long shelving unit suddenly has becoming detached from its anchoring wall.
A total of 6,810 bottles of wine and champagne, standing four shelves high, smashed on the floor.
The floor turned into a sea of red liquor and broken glass.
Managers at Superior Discount Liquors are stumped as to why or how it happened, but they admit the shelves are 31 years old.
Peter Guske, an employee of Superior Discount Liquors told a local ABC station:
“It just kept rolling away from the wall from front to back, and I was in disbelief. I didn’t know what to do or say. The whole thing only took 10 seconds.”
Watch as a stunned store worker near the tumbling shelves breaks the land speed record as he scrambles to safety.
After the initial shock, store workers kept their cool and cleaned the blood-red mess up as quickly as possible with snow shovels, shop vacuums and floor scrubbers.
They didn’t even have to close the store.
The incredible wine incident was captured by two surveillance cameras in the store, in black and white and colour!
The images caught on camera were uploaded on Youtube on October 10 and has already had nearly 266,000 views.