Apple with the release of its latest model iPhones namely iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus is expecting good sales all over the globe. But an unexpected thing had happened in France which may worry the Tech-giant a bit.
An unknown had smashed the Apple devices with a boule metal ball (used in French bowls game). Apple is reputed for their customer support, and they are highly rated with it. But this doesn’t mean that they ignore the unhappy customers.
This unidentified man who is wearing the dark glasses who is carrying the Steel ball started removing the iPhones from holders and starts smashing on the phone’s Retina HD displays.
This guy entered the Apple store in Dijon on Thursday and silently started smashing the devices. This incident happened before the Apple staff and customers. He smashed at least ten iPhones along with a MacBook Air. Boule metal ball was used to break the iPhones which worth tens of dollars.
The question is how can he managed to bring the Boule Metal ball into the Apple Store and why the staff didn’t notice him immediately. Complete details about this incident are yet to know. One of the confused customers has filmed this incident on his phone.
The footage shows that he had destroyed almost 12 iPhones and a MacBook. This man noticed that he is being filmed and he addresses the camera to explain why he is destroying the phones.
This guy said “Apple is a company that violated European consumers’ rights. They refused to reimburse me.”And I told them: ‘Give me my money back.’ They said no.
“So you know what is happening? This is happening!” he shouts, Meanwhile, he smashed another iPhone with the metal ball. Watch the video footage filmed by anonymous and bewilder customer.
Angry customer at French Apple Store Smashes iPhones with Steel Ball
Security is questioning the guy on what the heck just happened.
When this tries to run away, Security chases.
This guy was arrested by police and placed on custody. The investigation is going on, and the estimated damage is around “tens of thousands of euros.” Currently, the investigation is underway. Stay tuned for the more updates.