So, you go to buy a PlayStation 4 as a nice holiday gift and what happens?
You come home with rocks.
According to an ABC 7News report , a consumer purchased a PS4 Grand Theft Auto V bundle from Walmart, only to find that the box was filled with rocks. It was to be a gift for Igor Baksht's 13-year-old niece and at first, Walmart wouldn't take it back, as there was no proof of how it came in. The system was previously returned, of course.
On Christmas Eve, though, the store manager finally agreed to take the rocks-filled box back, and return Baksht's money. Well, that's nice. But this story is just rife with depressing commentaries on the current state of humanity: First, some a-hole opted to rip off the store by taking money for rocks; second, the incompetence of the business allowed it happen, and third, some dude was buying a 13-year-old girl GTAV. I think she would've been better off with the rocks.
Yeah, we're going to hell in a hand-basket.