Teen seen spitting in salsa at local Walmart

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WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) -

"I think that's disgusting, terribly disgusting!" said Carie Crow.

That's just one of many reactions after this video of a Wichita teen was seen spitting in a jar of salsa at a local Walmart.

It's been viewed more than 5,000 times and shared over 100.

"You come here to just try and get your food and you would never think that someone would spit in something like that, and even take video of it and then to post it! It's just awful,” said Morgan Holt.  

Grace Evans posted the video.

She went to high school with the girl who recorded the video. 

We're concealing the identity of the girl seen spitting because she hasn't been charged with a crime.

Evans says her and the girl who recorded the video were friends and had leadership classes together until they graduated this past May; so when she came across the video on Snapchat, she was shocked.

"She was a very good person, very good,” said Evans. “I mean, she did all her deeds in the leadership program that we were in, and she's just kind of started rebelling lately so she's definitely changed and it's a letdown."

For Evans, posting the video wasn't about going viral or getting attention, it was about warning others.

"I'm not out to hurt anyone,” she said.  

And many Walmart shoppers are glad she did.

"I don't understand why anybody would do that at all,” said Cindy Holt. "After seeing that video, I will be now checking every sill to make sure that it is secure."

A Walmart spokesperson says Walmart is investigating and is reminding shoppers to always check their food and the safety seals to make sure no one has tampered with it.

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