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According court records, Donald Goodrich, 38, of Westwood, was frustrated his iPhone was not working properly.
He told the employee he was, "So mad, I could pop a 9mm at it."
The employee allegedly told Goodrich there was no need for that, then Goodrich allegedly told the employee, "I'll do it right now. Look!"
Goodrich then allegedly opened the right side of his shirt, displaying a black, 9mm handgun.
Goodrich had a concealed weapon permit.
The employee told Goodrich she'd get his phone fixed and walked him over to a technician in the store, then told her manager, who called police.
Originally posted by gYvMessanger
I wish he had though that would have been an awesome youtube vid.
Originally posted by Finn1916
HA HA, I find this funny for some reason. "My overpriced toy won't work so now I'm gonna shoot it."
Makes all gun advocates look bad cause we all know anti gun people are gonna jump all over this.
story's like this just make me happy i like in Alaska, if someone walked into an At&t (or whatnot) and said *i am so mad at this bleeping phone i think i may shoot it* the employee would just laugh, and if they showed the gun (while still in holster) a simple, *dang, that's a nice one* would have been the only response.