Seattle Nike store gets completely trashed by Black Friday shoppers

Shopper shares a photo of messy aisles following Black Friday frenzy at a Seattle Nike store.

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Cleanup in — every aisle. 

Employees at a Nike store were left with a nightmare cleanup after thousands of shoppers rushed through aisles of the store on Black Friday, throwing empty shoeboxes, chunks of cardboard and mismatched shoes in their path.

Hundreds of shoe boxes were thrown on the floor and discarded, CBS Seattle affiliate KIRO-TV reported.

The sight was so shocking people who dropped by the Nike factory store at the Seattle Premium Outlets in Tulalip, Washington, took to social media to provide evidence of the store’s destruction.

“The wake of consumerism at the #Nike Factory Store is savage,” customer Larry Downer posted on Facebook early Saturday morning. “Found Davis some basketball shoes, saved a lady from drowning in a sea of orange boxes, and sprained my neck from shaking my head so much. Yikes.”

The video went viral with more than 190,000 views and received dozens of comments.

The wake of consumerism at the #Nike Factory Store is savage. Found Davis some basketball shoes, saved a lady from drowning in a sea of orange boxes, and sprained my neck from shaking my head so much. Yikes. #welldoneamerica #savages #cleanuponaisleeverywhere For licensing/usage, please contact licensing@rumble.com.

Posted by Larry Downer on Friday, November 25, 2016

Several others also shared photos of fallen towers of shoes, which nearly covered every inch of the floor:

The #carnage when people #blackfriday too hard for #nike #shoes....Stay safe and sane everyone.

A photo posted by Nicole 🦄😈🐯 (@nicoololz) on

Novembre 2016 #blackfriday from #washington #state #usa #american #dream #nike #justdoit #seattle

A photo posted by Guillaume Le (@le_lamer) on

It's like a zombie apocalypse. I feel bad for the people who need to clean this up. #BlackFriday #NikeOutletStore

A photo posted by Wannie Rodriguez (@wanniemation) on

According to Buzzfeed, roughly 20,000 people passed through the store between 9 p.m. Thursday and 10 p.m. Friday.

Nike has not yet returned CBS News’ request for comment.