Feb 22 2010, 8:00am CST | by Shane McGlaun
The dude claims that the stairs in the spiral staircase at the store were $10,000 each when new. The guy admits to picking the stair up after it was replaced before the employees could throw it away. Sounds like theft to me, but I am no cop.
Anyhow, since the dude claims the stairs were $10,000 new he figures some Apple fan boy will give him $2,500 for the thing with a crack in it. I am figuring Apple's ninjas will descend on him and the auction will go bye bye before it sales. The caveat to the auction is no shipping; you have to go to Brooklyn NY to pick it up.
Source: The Edge Singapore
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