Irate Customer Fails to Nab Pre-Order, Threatens Best Buy Employees

Lomorin Sar, a 31-year-old man of Aurora, Colorado became viciously irate with Best Buy employees when he was unable to obtain his pre-ordered copy of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 during the midnight launch of the title.

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WolfLeBlack2391d ago (Edited 2391d ago )

Hot damn, I just spotted a brilliant gap in the market for Activision:

" Call of Duty fanatics got you down? Threating your employees because there aren't enough copies of Modern Warfare 25.5? Well, don't feat any longer because we here at Activision have the solution. This handy Call of Duty branded metal tipped baseball bat will sort the problem out in a jiffy! Buy it now from your local retailer for just fifty quid!

*Note: additional DLC is required for full baseball bat experience."

Anyway, it really is quite amazing how irate people can get. I can understand being annoyed with the store, perhaps even raising your voice, and putting in a complaint, but this is just taking it too far.

Majin-vegeta2391d ago

Lmfao xDDD bub+ on the house.

DirtyLary2391d ago

Gaming is serious business.

SuperSaiyan42391d ago

ONLY in America *rolls eyes*

DirtyLary2391d ago

True, elsewhere they would've just stabbed the employee without threats.

killerhog2391d ago (Edited 2391d ago )

Or rob truck drivers with real guns and steal a total of 1.5 million copies of a game.

Alos882391d ago

I read "Irate Gamer fails to nab preorder" and was happy.

denawayne2391d ago

Wow, that last sentence in the article was a doozy.

Genghis2391d ago

Certainly enough,

those who condone the idea that this was undoubtedly a case of real-life violence

perpetrated in due course by a man who was rendered that way by playing slews of violent video games

will of course fail to recall that some people are just mentally disturbed enough

to say whatever it is that pops into their heads when they don't get what they want.


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