"A man that obviously had some mental disabilities," said Morphis.
She couldn't believe what she was seeing when they "started mocking him the way he was talking and the noises he was making."
It hit home for her because members of her family have special needs.
She took her concerns to a manager, but she said, "from the very beginning it was clear that he wasn't very interested in what I had to say."
She called corporate and said received nearly the same treatment which led her to post on the retailer's Facebook page.
"I was just irritated and wanted to voice my opinion to someone other than the assistant manager who didn't care."
Her opinion recieved quite a bit more attention on the page, including eyes behind the screen at Walmart.
"Making the Facebook post I had no idea," said Morphis, "I think there's over 6 thousand likes on it."
6,638 at last count - and 500 comments.
Morphis says Walmart still has not reached out to her. However, they did respond to us saying, if the claim is true, "...our associates were wrong and acted against policy. After a complete review of the situation we will take the appropriate disciplinary action."
Until then, Morphis is taking her own action.
"i will definitely not be back here."
Walmart said they are investigating this and reviewing surveillance, which they wouldn't release to us.