Guy Trashes GameStop After Being Told He Couldn’t Return Copy of Fallout 76
An angry man was filmed while he visited Gamestop and tried to return his copy of Fallout 76, but everyone got more than they bargained for when he was refused to leave happily.
We all know what it’s like. You wake up in the morning on the wrong side of the bed, the cat has peed in your cornflakes and you hate your boss. Makes you want to go out and trash a store, doesn’t it? Although most of us usually only imagine ourselves doing these things with a smile on our face, someone decided to do just that and seemingly had enough of the world, and Gamestop too.
In a post on Twitter, @GeoffLife shared a video originally from a Facebook post by Tarenthis Campbell, of what happened when a guy who was trying to return his copy of Fallout 76 to Gamestop but got refused due to their policy. Instead of just accepting that this is how it is and leaving the store, the irate man decided to go all hulk and destroy the store in a fit of rage. He wasn’t just satisfied with a single toss of a shelf or something, he had to show he meant business by pushing down displays and flipping games into the air.
At the end of the video, the rather angry man walks out leaving behind a customer who witnessed it all in shock, not to mention the guy that was filming the whole thing. Although the award for keeping your cool under pressure goes to the customer service assistant who answers an incoming call completely chilled and saying “Thanks for calling GameStop, this is Brian how can I help you?”.
There has been no further information at the time of writing this post what happened next and if the man got charged for his flip out due to Fallout.
Take a look at the video for yourself, below:
Some people really don’t want their copy of Fallout 76 pic.twitter.com/a0yQBA3UYT
— Geoff @ Holiday Matsuri (@GeoffLife) 19 November 2018
Fallout 76 is currently available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. You can order the game through Amazon right here.
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