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Watch This Angry Customer Destroy A T-Mobile Store

Submitted by on July 2, 2012 – 10:49 amOne Comment
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I think we’ve all had days when we felt like this.

Shoppers in Manchester, England got an eyeful on Saturday when a presumably disgruntled man methodically trashed a T-Mobile store before calmly submitting to arrest. There’s no word yet on just what set the man off, or if it had anything to do with T-Mobile itself.

When the video (which was uploaded to YouTube by an onlooker) begins, the rampage seems to be already well under way. The bald, middle-aged man has toppled displays and rips phones out of the wall, before spraying the store with a fire extinguisher. An employee stands against the window, occasionally casting (bemused?) glances at the crowd gathered outside.

When the police show up, the man chuckles a few times as he is handcuffed. As he is led outside, a huge crowd seems to have gathered.

According to The Mirror, T-Mobile is aware of the footage, but has no comment.

While bashing your service provider is pretty universal, T-Mobile was recently reported to be at the bottom of customer satisfaction in the US, along with AT&T. (However, a UK report from last year had them at the top there.)

What do you think? Are you ready to trash a store over your phone service?

[via Mashable]

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  • Bianca says:

    I wanted to do this to a T Mobile store but didn’t. They are horrid. Just horrid. Bless you for doing this for us all. I hope you are treated well by the authorities.

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