Warning labels exist for a reason
Certain products have warning labels on them for very good reason. These labels inform users and warehouse workers how you should treat the product so they don’t end up messed up. However, just because manufacturers leave large, red warning labels on their products doesn’t mean people are going to read it. We should really make a habit of reading things first.
This warehouse worker stacked two non-stackable items on top of each other, despite the glaringly red warning sticker to not do such a thing. We’re not entirely sure what came about from this situation. Maybe nothing happened, and the employee just got a warning from a supervisor. They’ll probably disregard that warning as well.