- Women were at an Asda in Roehampton when security guards tried to escort the daughter from the store
- The mother the pretends to faint and falls back on to the floor while crying out and pretending to be in pain
- Social media users have compared her to certain footballers and one asked: 'What team does she play for?'
- Coronavirus symptoms: what are they and should you see a doctor?
This is the bizarre moment a woman pretends to faint after she and her daughter were accused of coronavirus stockpiling by a security guard.
The women were at an Asda in Roehampton, London, on Saturday and the altercation is believed to have erupted over an argument about the pair being restricted on the number of purchases they could make in the store as supermarkets try and combat stockpiling.
In the surreal video, the mother dramatically 'faints' and cries out as if she is pain in a bid to get the Asda security guard into trouble - after he tries to escort the pair out. But everyone, including her own daughter, looks on in bemusement.
In the video, the woman's daughter is seen being manhandled by Asda security staff by the tills in the busy store.
The supermarket employees wrestle with her daughter and try to escort her out of the store.
Her mother grabs the security guard's arm tightly and starts yelling at him to let her daughter go: 'Leave my daughter! My child!'
When a second employee grabs the daughter and the Asda staff start to successfully remove her off the premises, her mother suddenly pretends to faint and fall backwards onto the floor.
When the bewildered staff and her daughter see her mother lying 'injured' on the floor, the woman starts holding her chest in false agony and moaning wildly.
The woman appears to fake further pain and starts writhing around the floor screaming - whilst the security guards watch her in bemusement.
The daughter then begins talking to someone on her mobile phone whilst her mother continues to lie on the shop floor - as the footage cuts to an end.
It is unknown who filmed the video, however the clip has been shared widely has on social-media with users comparing the woman to cheating or diving footballers.
One online user humorously commented that: 'She should be signed up by the Premier League!'
Another individual asked: 'What football team does she play for?'
Many online users compared the customer to Neymar with one saying 'She's as good as Neymar when it comes to fake fainting!'