Homeless people began to riot as they remained unpaid despite being guaranteed with a payment for queuing overnight outside the Apple store for the new iPhone campaign
Infuriated homeless people raged in front of a California Apple store as they remained unpaid, despite being hired by the employer in order to camp out the recently revealed iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C.
The police was engaged to break up the fight and calming down the hot tempered crowd.
Apple Balla reports that two men were arrested due to their involvement in the scuffle. Another man had been provided with a 72 hour mental health watch detention as he was noticed to run on the street with an infuriated state.
The alleged businessman was surrounded by his employees as a further group of people burst in enragement, demanding the payment.
Dominoe Moody, 43, informs that he had come from LA to Pasadena, accompanied by people commuting by a number of fully loaded vans in order to participate in the campaign of the new iPhones, for which the businessman guaranteed him with a payment of $40. But he remains unpaid as the police officers escorted the employer away from the infuriated crowd.
Lt. Jason Clawson, a police officer from California, states that the alleged businessman has not been charged or arrested as there is not enough evidence to prove that he is guilty.
It has also been stated that almost 200 people were found waiting outside the Apple Store, including some men staying in the same place for the last few days.
Nonetheless, no serious damage has been reported yet.
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