Man trashes Manchester T-Mobile shop...

Here's some footage of a man systematically destroying the T-Mobile shop in Manchester's Market Street over the weekend. We know not why he did what he did - do any of you know him?

Perhaps he's been charged for going over his monthly data allowance. Perhaps he begrudges a 4% rise in his monthly contract payment. Perhaps he's outraged that T-Mobile have welched on paying billions of pounds in UK tax, even though it's Vodafone that did that. Perhaps it's some kind of 'viral' that we're too dim to understand?

Whatever it is, it looks as if he's having fun and he doesn't kick up a fuss when the cops arrive, which is terribly British. Well done... we think.


  • W0NkEy H.
    "...when the cops arrive..." Now that's not terribly British is it? Shouldn't it be more, when the bobbies turn up? When the peelers hot foot it in ? When Old Bill come to sort it out ?
  • Mr C.
    Looks like he's putting out a fire, Good on him!!
  • Bloke
    Blimey, that Mary Portas looks different without her makeup.
  • Yue
    He seems to have brought quite a lot of custom to the high street. He's doing a better job kick-starting the economy than Osborne.
  • Lars W.
    To be expected as they really do have rubbish customer service.
  • Natty
    Its that bath salts stuff they keep reporting over at the daily mail thats why there are 5 bobbies and 3 big guys, except he isnt naked and not eating the staff and it probably isnt that anyway.
  • Mustapha S.
    I quite like what he's done with the place. All the stuff on the floor makes it look like a branch of New Look
  • Mr C.
    Look at the reflection on the bottom right hand corner (before you play the video) surely thats Michael Jackson's ghost!
  • Dick
    Those police are crap at their job. They didn't even hit him once.
  • me
    That big dude from the mobile is just watching and smiling? If some middle age fat cunt was trashing my workplace I would not be so useless!
  • Wongaporkpies
    Probably helping the store to do a refit to become an everyone, everywhere store.
  • Alexis
    You never know, he might have sued T Mobile, seized the goods with his court order and then decided just to trash them there and then.
  • W0NkEy H.
    Fucking hell Mr Cod, you're right. MICHAEL SING FOR US.
  • Captain M.
    This was clearly a PR stunt staged by T-Mobile in an attempt to subliminally deliver their window advertising messages by means of viral advertising. Due to the overwhelmingly effective nature of this campaign, I'll now need to avoid phone shops containing overweight men in the same way I avoid tube carriages containing would-be jihadists!
  • Tom
    Yes but will it flush?
  • trapsy
    I hope they throw the book at the fat fucker...
  • W0NkEy H.
    Yes, a book of butter.
  • Wongaporkpies
    Well as T-Mobile are doing store refurbishments, then this has to be one of their publicity stunts.
  • Brian's U.
    To be honest that is the laziest and most sedate trashing of a store I have seen in a while. All the "damage" can be easily fixed by putting the posters and display cases back on the wall and a good hoover. Nothing to see here apart from MJ's ghost.
  • fra
    Why is working in a T-mobile store???
  • Exit b.
    Its an advertising stunt.
  • ShakesHeadSadly
    "Billy was late for everything. Including the 2011 riots."
  • qwertyuiop
    The police wouldn't be involved for a publicity stunt, and if they were then T-Mobile stand to lose quite a bit more cash than they'd probably have made due to wasting police time.
  • qwertyuiop
    Also I don't understand satire
  • Exit b.
    And I'm flacid in the sack, according to my mother.

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