That’s right, a PlayStation 3 seller (Craigslist) agreed to meet two men at a McDonald’s on La Palma — the deal was two systems for $2500. After arriving (1am), the seller was attacked with pepper spray and then promptly robbed of his consoles. Here’s what Michael Fahey of Kotaku has to say:

I find it very hard to feel bad for this guy. First off, he obviously kept 2 PS3’s out of the hands of people who really wanted them just so he could jack the prices. Secondly, any parent can tell you that meeting strage men from the internet in the middle of the night is a bad idea, especially when you are carrying $1200 worth of one of the hottest gaming products of the year

[via Kotaku]

That’s right, a PlayStation 3 seller (Craigslist) agreed to meet two men at a McDonald’s on La Palma — the deal was two systems for $2500. After arriving (1am), the seller was attacked with pepper spray and then promptly robbed of his consoles. Here’s what Michael Fahey of Kotaku has to say:

I find it very hard to feel bad for this guy. First off, he obviously kept 2 PS3’s out of the hands of people who really wanted them just so he could jack the prices. Secondly, any parent can tell you that meeting strage men from the internet in the middle of the night is a bad idea, especially when you are carrying $1200 worth of one of the hottest gaming products of the year

[via Kotaku]