A disgruntled customer, upset at perceived sleights by Apple support, has used a steel ball to smash assorted products inside the Dijon, France Apple retail store.
Wearing Apple earbuds the whole time, an unnamed customer took steel ball used in French game Petanque (similar to Bocce), and destroyed 12 iPhones, four iMac displays, and a MacBook Air on video — but the entire rampage was not been caught on video.
The customer is evidently blaming Apple for not taking back a self-proclaimed defective product within a EU-mandated two-year warranty period. The specifics of his case are not clear at this time.
Un mec détruit un Apple Store avec une boule de pétanque PARTIE 1 pic.twitter.com/XC9i8C9chH
— Qυεηтιη (@Quentin_IOS) September 29, 2016 The man was detained by mall security after his nearly 10-minute rampage, before ultimately being arrested by local police.
Petanque balls generally weigh between 2 and 2.5 pounds, and the man in question clearly came prepared for the attack, wearing a protective glove on his hand.
No specific damage has been declared by Apple, but French publication Le Journal estimates "tens of thousands" of euro in damage.