Igor Baksht from Denver, Colorado went to the Stapleton Walmart to purchase a PlayStation 4 bundle last week for his 13-year-old niece, but upon opening the box, he discovered that it was filled with rocks instead of the game console. The first red flag was raised when the store employee who sold him the console from a locked case said that the Grand Theft Auto V bundle had previously been returned. Continue reading for the video news report and more information.
Baksht went back the next morning, and reports: “He said they cannot do anything about it because they don’t have proof, how it came in, nothing. I never stole anything in my life. The most criminal thing that I’ve did, I got a driving ticket. I’ve never bought one before, so I don’t know how much it has to weigh.”
According to 7NEWS, “in 2012, an Alabama boy opened his Nintendo 3DS and found a box of rocks. In the last couple of years, multiple people found notebooks inside their newly opened iPad boxes.”