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VIDEO: Man buys all iPhones in stock, smashes them to hit back arrogant shop owner


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If there’s one thing that infuriates customers, it has to be poor customer service. While it’s common for many to customers make sure that their bad shopping experience gets documented and reported, one shopper from China decided to take matters into his own hands and do the unthinkable.

Man buys all iPhones in stock, smashes them to hit back arrogant shop owner
PHOTO CREDIT: Stomp.com.sg
According to reports, a shop owner refused to fix a faulty iPhone a customer brought from his store. Instead, the seemingly arrogant shop owner advised the customer to just purchase a new phone if he had the money.

This apparently triggered the customer to throw a fit. With a lot of money to spend and tons of energy to use, the customer bought all the iPhone units stocked in the store. But to everyone’s surprise, he lined up all the gadgets on the floor and smashed them using a hammer to teach the shop owner a lesson he would never forget.

We bet no one would forget such bizarre incident.

But aside from the iPhone units, the customer also destroyed other items in the shop that was in his way including the glass display box and some laptops.

It was not revealed if the angry customer was asked to pay for all the damages he caused.

Watch the incident caught on cam.


Woman receives 20 iPhone 7s from 20 boyfriends, then sells them to buy a house

Speaking of iPhones, a Chinese woman reportedly received 20 iPhone 7s units from her 20 boyfriends.

The woman from Shenzhen identified as Xiaoli reportedly asked each of her 20 boyfriends for the newly launched iPhone 7s. She then sold the gadgets to Hui Shou Bao, a mobile phone recycling site, for over $17,000 and used the money as downpayment for a house in the countryside.

Shortly after the news went viral, the hashtag “20 mobiles for a house” became trending on the Chinese social media site Weibo.

--Mini, The Summit Express

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