A customer at a nail salon in Carolina was shocked to see a worker butchering deer meat in the middle of the floor as she was getting a manicure.
Morgan Taylor, the person who witnessed the entire ordeal, was in High Point in North Carolina last week when she saw the unexpected.
Morgan was spotted an employee of a nail salon butchering, leaning over the dead deer, and slicing the meat inside the salon.
Taylor shared the image on Facebook, and she said, “Hunting for a new nail salon in High Point, North Carolina? Talk about multitaskers… manicures, pedicures, and amateur deer butchers. Oh deer!”
Hunting for a new nail salon in High Point, North Carolina? Talk about multitaskers… manicures, pedicures, and amateur deer butchers. Oh deer! 🦌 🦌 🦌 #notfawned #ohbuckno
Taylor said the woman laid out a blue tarpaulin on the floor and went on to spread the meat on the floor.
Taylor was in the salon to get a manicure, which was in preparation for her sister’s upcoming wedding.
During an interview with WXII-TV, Taylor said, “I was sitting there getting my nails done, and looked over and they were pulling out deer meat from a cooler.”
Taylor added, “I get scared that I’m going to see trash on the ground or weird smells, but not to see a dead deer.”
One thing that shocked Taylor is that no one else in the shop was baffled with what the employee was doing on the floor.
Taylor said, “All the workers there were really nice to me and they did a good job, but I don’t think they thought that anyone would care.”
She added, “And they didn’t think it was wrong to cut it in front of clients in the nail salon, which is surprising.”
Taylor did not want to let the incident slide away.
After the incident, Taylor reported the incident to the North Carolina Board of Cosmetic Arts.
The board has launched an investigation for the incident and is looking if the nail salon violated any codes.
After posting the picture on Facebook, Taylor received a lot of support from users on Facebook who were also confused by the incident.
Commenters on the post described the act as “gross” and “nasty”.