No-one can say that a giant retailer can't realize the problems with their actions. Fox News reported on Oct. 19, 2013, that the fired Walmart worker was actually offered his job back after being let go for attempting to help someone who was being assaulted in the Michigan store's parking lot.
Walmart now says it will offer 30-year-old Kristopher Oswald his job back after firing him for policy violations. Walmart says he violated the company's anti-violence policy when he recently intervened in a scuffle in the store's parking lot so that he could help a woman who was being assaulted.
A company spokeswoman said messages were left for the fired Walmart worker to let him know they would "welcome him back" to the store.
Oswald has already said he isn't sure if he would take his job back if Walmart offered it to him. There has been no word as to what he will do now that it has actually happened.
After the fight in which Oswald intervened, police arrested 17-year-old Dillon Tierney and charged him with assault and drunk driving. After being questioned, Tierney's two friends were released.
Upon stepping in to help someone and be a Good Samaritan, Oswald said that "the last thing I expected was to not have a job."