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Angry Apple Customer Destroys An Estimated $56,000 Worth Of iPhones After Store Refuses To Give Him A Refund! Watch Le Madness!

Well ain't he a bad apple… Let's face it: We've all had a bad experience with Apple and their iPhone family of products at some point in our lives. However, we're assuming you've probably never been so mad that you destroyed, say, $56,000 worth of Apple Store hardware, right?! Well, that's exactly what one Frenchman did Thursday afternoon [...]
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