Airmen caught being “chair force” at Walmart say they are tired from [twerking] at work

A woman in South Carolina released images of Airman acting in a manner which offended her at a Walmart on Monday.

Charlene Neisler of North Charleston encountered three Airman using the electric scooters reserved for handicap people at Walmart.

Neisler says the Airmen told her, ” we worked 8 hours today” when she confronted them about using the scooters.

“This is our modern day military!,” Neisler wrote in response to their behavior.

After Neisler released images of the Airman at Walmart, an Air Force humor Facebook page released video of the Airmen “working hard at work.”

The video shows the Airman dancing and twerking to music in uniform while at work at Joint Base Charleston.

According to local news, JBC officials announced Tuesday morning they were working to identify the airmen in an attempt to address the situation appropriately.

“I am disappointed in the actions of the Airmen. Their actions are not representative of the members of Joint Base Charleston,” said Col. Terrence Adams, commander of Joint Base Charleston. “We expect the utmost professionalism and respect from all of our service members.”

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