There is reportedly a Wal-Mart in Denver that sold a PlayStation 4 bundle box filled with Rocks. Perfectly wrapped like bricks of weed to be smuggled over the borders, Igor Baksht discovered his newly purchased expensive rock collection when he decided to open the package and check its contents before wrapping it.
The poor man said in an interview with thedenverchannel.com when he found two bags:
“When I opened it, I said, ‘Oh my God.’ “I couldn’t go back because they already were closed,”
Adding insult to injury, Baksht was told at a 24-hour Walmart that he would have to go back to the store where he made the purchase. He returned to the store first thing in the morning only to find more disappointing news.
“He said they cannot do anything about it because they don’t have proof, how it came in, nothing,”
The duped guy claims that he has never stolen a thing in his is life:
“I never stole anything in my life. The most criminal thing that I’ve did, I got a driving ticket,”“If they give me a PlayStation, I’ll take a PlayStation if they give me the same bundle that I paid for. If they give me another console plus two games, I’ll take that, but if they don’t have it, I’ll take the money back and buy it from somebody else,”
He said he called the store and corporate office multiple times, but it seems that all could have been avoided if the unhelpful employees at Wal-Mart made the effort to check the package that was sold. Baksht pointed out that an employee mentioned the package sold to him had been returned by a previous customer and that it was unusually heavy? The first obvious clue that something is wrong with the package was completely missed.
So, unless you need additional weights to hold down the Christmas tree next year, please double check your purchased goods from Wal-Mart.
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