Thursday, September 19, 2013

Grand Theft Anti-Social Nerd Freaks Out at GameStop

Posted By on Thu, Sep 19, 2013 at 5:00 PM

Grand Theft Auto 5 has been getting negative reviews for it's misogyny, graphic sex and violence. So it's no surprise that the die hard gamers are living up to the stereotype. This disgruntled customer tried to use his business card as proof of ID to pick up his copy of Grand Theft Auto 5 rather than use a valid drivers licence (I'm sure he didn't have one because his mom probably drove him there) at a GameStop midnight release event. The manager seems to know how to handle this kind of crowd, but did she go too far or the guy encouraging him to "shoot people and steal their cars?"

Moral of the story: Don't act like anti-social weirdo in a room full of anti-social weirdos with camera phones.

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