Man Arrested for Threatening to Shoot iPhone
Donald Goodrich stopped just short of plugging his iPhone full of lead in a busy Apple store in Cincinnati. The frustrated customer took his iPhone in because it wasn't working properly and, according to WCPO, told an employee he was "so mad, I could pop a 9mm at it." Goodrich then revealed an actual 9mm handgun. The understandably scared employee assured the mustachioed man they would fix the phone immediately, and set him up with an Apple Genius. The employee then told a manager, who called police.
Goodrich was arrested and charged with aggravated menacing, and faces charges over his concealed weapon, which, despite having a license to carry, he failed to inform the arresting officer was in his possession.
We don't think there's anything wrong with taking out frustrations on gadgets. We once gave a cell phone a severe stomping on a bus full of people over poor AT&T service. But if your preferred method of destruction involves firearms, perhaps you should take it to a firing range, and not a crowded mall. [From: Mashable and WCPO]