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Woman expresses infuriation against the nearest T- mobile store!

siliconreview Woman expresses infuriation against the nearest T- mobile store!

The day was gloomy for both the customer and the T- mobile store! Something went wrong that day! What had happened?

You would have seen customers yelling at the company men for not providing satisfactory services but, here is a crazy incident which insanes you! And makes you think there are such absurd people around the globe… well, it is true… this chronicle which we screen before your eyes is not fiction but the reality though!

Have you heard of a car crashing into a shop front?! Andddd, that is not cool….A lady actually learnt a lesson out of her deed and she is Shinobia Montoria Wright – a 26-year-old resident of Palm Springs, Florida who cracked her iPhone screen. Is that shop’s flaw? Nope, it is not but still she demanded a replacement of her accessory. Reeling from the rejection, the following day she drove her 2005 Nissan Armada SUV into the store, causing more than $30,000 worth of damage. One staff member was injured after a display case fell on top of him, and the city of Palm Springs has since declared the building to be “unsafe”. Such an imprudent act!

So what were the consequences? And what was the further action taken?

Unfortunately, argument didn’t hold much sway with the T-Mobile Store staffer she spoke with, who declined her request and also noted that she appeared to be under the influence of a substance.

Reeling from the rejection, the following day she drove her 2005 Nissan Armada SUV into the store, causing more than $30,000 worth of damage. One staff member was injured after a display case fell on top of him, and the city of Palm Springs has since declared the building to be “unsafe”.

Cops later arrived and arrested the woman, who was charged with aggravated battery, battery, burglary, criminal mischief over $1,000 and ruthless driving. She also underwent surgery at a local hospital, in order to repair damage to her forearms caused by the crash, and is undergoing a mental health examination.

 

                              

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