Melbourne, Florida -- A 39-year-old man in Florida was charged with DUI after he zipped around a Walmart store in a motorized cart, hitting merchandize shelves and almost mowing down customers.

The man, identified as Aaron Gregory, wreaked havoc inside the Walmart in Melbourne, a city in Brevard County, just 65 miles south of Orlando, an inebriated state.

Footage from security cameras in the store showed the man swerving, running into items, and nearly striking customers with the cart, according to the police, WTFL reported.

Cops arrived at the store and found Gregory in possession of an open bottle of Smirnoff vodka, which was inside a backpack in the scooter basket.

The man was driving the scooter recklessly "down the aisles, running into shelves and displays, and creating a danger for other patrons by almost striking them with the scooter," the arrest affidavit stated.

Gregory was reportedly so drunk that he could barely stand and had to be stretchered to a patrol vehicle. The man had "glassy eyes" and smelled of alcohol, cops told Click Orlando. He also refused to take a breathalyzer test, the report stated.

The accused was booked into the Brevard County Jail on charges of DUI, refusal with prior citation, disorderly intoxication, and possession of an open container, WFLA reported.

A Walmart scooter, which reaches the top speed of 10 mph, is considered a motor vehicle.

In June, a teenager was arrested for opening fire inside the meat section of a Walmart store in Georgia. The suspect, identified as Matthew Thomas Jr., 18, got into an argument with a man and drew his gun out, shooting him inside the Walmart on Highway 85 in Riverdale. Cops initially believed that it was an active shooter situation and evacuated the store. The unidentified victim was rushed to a hospital with a gunshot wound, and the suspect was arrested and held without bond.

Walmart's logo is seen outside one of the stores in Chicago, Illinois, U.S., November 20, 2018.
Walmart's logo is seen outside one of the stores in Chicago, Illinois, U.S., November 20, 2018. Reuters / KAMIL KRZACZYNSKI